Do you have a passion for connecting people, arts, and nature? Nature Consortium may be the place for you. We currently have the following positions available.

Urban Forest Restoration Internship (Unpaid)

The Nature Consortium Forest Restoration Program is a part of the Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association, which promotes growth in the Delridge corridor by providing vital resources including affordable housing, green spaces, arts and culture, and education. The program interns support the work of our forest restoration team to advance the restoration of the West Duwamish Greenbelt and Longfellow Creek watershed by conducting and leading volunteer-based forest restoration efforts. The internship will run from late June until early December. Apply by May 30, 2017.

View Job Description or apply to Caroline Borsenik / caroline@naturec.org

EcoARTs Program Assistant Intern (Unpaid)

Nature Consortium’s EcoARTs Program offers a unique blend of arts and environmental education for youth and adults in King County. Our classes foster discovery and creativity while connecting students with the natural world. Nature Consortium strives to enrich communities by providing access, exposure, and opportunity to quality arts programming where it’s needed most. We believe that everyone should have access to creative expression, a healthy environment, and pathways to excellence. Our program assistant intern will provide clerical and planning support within the organization. The job requires the ability to multitask, a familiarity with basic office procedures, and strong interpersonal skills. Rolling deadline

View Job Description or apply to Yeggy Michael / yeggy@naturec.org

Urban Forest Restoration Crew Lead (Volunteer, On-Call)

Our Restoration Crew Leads manage and lead volunteer habitat restoration events within the West Duwamish Greenbelt. Forest restoration activities include providing environmental education to adults and youth, and removing invasive species and planting native trees and shrubs during regularly scheduled volunteer events and special large-scale volunteer events. Duties include supervising volunteer events, setup and breakdown of events, and providing restoration education to volunteers. Rolling deadline

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Teaching Artists

Nature Consortium’s EcoARTs program provides quality arts education with an environmental lens for youth and adults in West Seattle. We are looking for talented teaching artists (visual arts) with experience working with environmental concepts. Join us and foster the next generation of eco-artists!  Rolling deadline

Apply to Yeggy Michael / yeggy@naturec.org