JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Summer Camp Staff
Durango Nature Studies is in the process of recruiting summer camp counselors. This is seasonal, part-time employment for people over the age of 18 and involves working with elementary-aged children for day camps from June to mid-August. For more information on our elementary-aged camps, visit the camp webpage.
If you are under the age of 18 and interested in our junior counselor program, check out this page.
We love our volunteers, and we could not do all that we are able to do without them. There are two main ways to engage as a volunteer: as docents at our Nature Center and as naturalists for our school programs. See the links below for more information:
Nature Center Docents: Do you love being outside and also helping others learn and appreciate nature? If you are looking for a way to volunteer for Durango Nature Studies that doesn’t require a lot of time, but focuses on your interests, becoming a Nature Center Docent just might be the thing for you.
Volunteer Naturalists: Volunteering with Durango Nature Studies is a great way to learn hands-on activities that teach kids about nature and science. Volunteer Naturalists learn curriculum to teach all Durango students in grades K through 8, plus many school groups from surrounding areas. Once completed, you will join countless alumni who are fully qualified to lead nature-based, science field trips for kids at our Nature Center or on snowshoes at Haviland Lake.