Teach Students About their Parks!
The National Park Service Teacher-Ranger-Teacher program is 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 monument. The purpose of the program is to provide teachers an opportunity to learn about NPS educational resources and themes while earning continuing education graduate credits through a partnership between the NPS and the University of Colorado (CU Denver). The Teacher-Ranger-Teacher (TRT) will have a unique opportunity to enhance their teaching skills in science or history fields.
Obtain Professional Development Credits
The TRT program provides an extended professional development opportunity for teachers to learn about the resources and educational materials available through the National Park Service. Teachers spend the summer working with park staff on education projects, learning about park resources and visitor services, and developing lesson plans to use in their classrooms. The program is a partnership with the University of Colorado Denver which administers the program and provides graduate credits to participants.
When Does it Start?
The program has flexible start dates and typically runs June through September. We are not accepting applicants for 2018, but other parks are, please visit the National Park Service Teacher page to learn more.
Who is Eligible?
Any Oregon K-12 teacher can apply for a Teacher –Ranger –Teacher position.
Please contact the Education Coordinator by e-mail or call (541) 987-2333.
Last updated: December 13, 2017