• View of the Great Rift

    Craters Of The Moon

    National Monument & Preserve Idaho

Teacher-Ranger-Teachers

Teacher-Ranger
Lane kirkland of Carey, Idaho served as our first Teacher-Ranger in 2012
Doug Owen
 
The nationwide "Teacher-Ranger-Teacher" program is a great opportunity for professional development. Craters of the Moon is one of many parks that sponsors a teacher to assist our education team during the summer and bring the park back to their classroom in the fall. Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve is offering an exciting opportunity for a local teacher to work and receive a stipend for educating students and visitors about the wonders of your local national park. We are looking for an interested teacher from one of the counties that border the monument (Butte, Minidoka and Power)* to collaborate with our education team this summer. The selected candidate will receive a $3000 stipend for this 5 week professional development opportunity. Training would be provided. Shared on-site housing may be available.

Contact the park Education Specialist for more information.

*We have already had Teacher-Rangers from Blaine and Lincoln Counties.

Did You Know?

President Calvin Coolidge

"a weird and scenic landscape peculiar to itself" is how President Calvin Coolidge described Craters of the Moon when he established this National Monument in 1924. Craters of the Moon is perhaps the only officially "weird" park in the National Park System. More...