Glacier will ONLY be considering local teachers for our 2017 Teacher-to-Ranger-to-Teacher (TRT) program.
Currently, we are looking at summer projects with our Native Plant Restoration Program and our Interpretation & Education Programs that might be suitable for a TRT.
Knowledge and Skills
- Proficiency in public speaking and personal communication.
- Knowledge of natural sciences, geology, history, or related fields.
- Ability to stand for long periods of time.
- Knowledge and experience using computers and related software.
- Positive and professional approach to the position.
- Valid driver's license, personal transportation to and from work.
- Current first aid and CPR/AED Certification.
- Experience teaching biology, geology, natural science, history, education, or related fields.
- Experience working with secondary school students.
Season: ~10 weeks; early-June to mid-August (dates may be flexible).
Work Schedule: 32 hours per week (4 days at 8 hours); may include holidays and weekends.
Housing: NOT provided.
Wage: $3,000 upon completion of program and graduate course requirements.
Graduate Credit: 3 credit hours through University of Colorado Denver.
Uniform: Required and provided by the park.
Transportation: Provided for job-related duties; personal transportation needed to reach duty station.
If interested email us. You can look for TRT opportunities nationwide on the National Park Service Teacher Ranger Teacher Program website.