Outdoor Education Instructor
If you enjoy being in the Outdoors and spending time with fifth and sixth graders then look no further you have found the right spot. Michindoh Outdoor Education School is in session from August-June and serves well over 6,500 elementary students. The students come to the residential camp for a 3-5 day camp experience. Program Instructors are the backbone of the program. They get the opportunity to teach a wide variety of classes such as Reptiles and Amphibians, Aquatic Life, and Mammals all being hands on classes. We have not forgotten the Cultural History buffs. How would you like to travel back to the 1840’s and portray a settler in our Living History program? A typical day would involve having breakfast with the students, teaching classes, eating lunch with the students, teaching 2 more hours of class and then some afternoon activities, which could be Capture the Flag, Handball, Archery, Hayride, Ice Fishing and many others. Some of the evening programs might include Goldrush, Campfire, Skit Night, Square Dance or other activities the teachers have picked for their students to participate in during their stay at camp.
Time: Full-Time Seasonal
Updated: 8/26/2022 1:09:13 PMJob Contact: