"e" inc. is currently seeking full time educators skilled in working in urban settings for our year-round science education programs in Boston. "e" inc. is a nonprofit that educates and supports children and adults to be lifetime citizen environmentalists. We accomplish this by teaching the deep science of natural resource systems and by helping individuals, groups, and classes create and complete actions that foster sustainability locally and/or globally.

The current position would be a combination of teaching elementary aged children in schools and after school programs.


Please apply if:

-You are mature and focused, able to negotiate a role within a larger urban institution, and be comfortable working independently with lessons that are provided to you.
-You are excited by and conversant with the sciences and love the challenges of working with elementary and middle school kids.
-You have a passion about the environment and young people getting access to great experiences.
-You have taught before in classrooms or other structured settings and feel confident working with youth.


To apply, please submit a resume and a short cover letter about why you are interested and your experiences to sarah.chang@einc-action.org


This position’s start date is March 15, 2017.

Museum

 Educator

Join the "e" inc. Team! 
"e" inc. is looking for Environmental Educators and 
Museum Educators. 

Environmental

 Educator

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“e” inc. is currently seeking a full-time educator skilled in working in informal teaching settings to lead programming in our science exhibit. “e” inc. is a nonprofit that educates and supports children and adults to be lifetime citizen environmentalists. We accomplish this by teaching the deep science of natural resource systems and by helping individuals, groups, and classes create and complete actions that foster sustainability locally and/or globally.

 
The primary responsibilities of the Museum Educator are to:

Lead guided interactive tours of the Weather & Climate exhibit to visiting classes
Interactive tours will include teaching to exhibit displays, leading small group activities, conducting science demos, etc.
Welcome visitors to the museum
Answer questions and provide relevant supplementary information to visitors
Staff the small gift shop attached to the exhibit


Please apply if:

You have experience working with elementary and middle school kids in either formal or informal teaching settings;
You are comfortable working independently with lessons that are provided to you;
You are excited by and conversant with the sciences and current environmental issues.


This position’s start date is Jan 3, 2017.


To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to sarah.chang@einc-action.org.