Sheldrake Environmental Center is now accepting applications for its volunteer environmental educator program, which starts in the fall. The free training program includes:
- Fall workshops in nature studies and teaching techniques to be held on Thursdays.
- Observations with our experienced naturalists.
- Ongoing enrichment classes.
After completing the training, graduates will assist, co-teach, and eventually lead local elementary school classes and outdoor nature programs in the spring.
Trained volunteers are asked to volunteer two mornings/week during the spring and fall.
Benefits include contributing an important service to your community, continuing your education through ongoing enrichment classes, and being part of a group of people who share your environmental values and goals.
These classes are free, with a modest fee for materials. For more information contact:
Volunteer Educator Program Director Mary Davis at: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can fill out a volunteer application form here.