Hello Bozone,


We’re looking to hire Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem experienced 
educators and up-and-coming educators for this coming summer. Please 
share this broadly with anyone you know that might be a good fit. Many 


Ecology Project International (EPI) is hiring field instructors and 
field interns to teach field-based science/conservation/environmental 
educational programs for middle and high school students. We are 
currently hiring for the 2018 summer Yellowstone wildlife ecology 


Yellowstone field instructors teach ecology and science lessons, guide 
students in accurately collecting data for research projects as they 
work alongside scientists, transport students between field sites, 
adhere to rigorous risk management protocols, lead students in 
leadership activities/games, mentor field interns, help lead students in 
meal preparation, and complete necessary course paperwork.


Yellowstone field interns, as a member of a three person field team, 
guide students in the preparation of all meals in the field, maintain 
EPI field equipment, transport students, lead students in leadership 
activities/games, and support field instructors in conducting all 
courses. As the internship progresses, interns will be called upon to 
provide relevant ecology and science lessons to students.


Applications will be processed as received and hiring will happen on a 
rolling basis until positions are filled. For a complete job 
announcement and to access the applications, visit 


EPI is an international non-profit organization dedicated to addressing 
critical conservation issues through field-based partnerships between 
local experts and high school students. We engage adolescent youth from 
local communities and visiting youth from other regions in applied 
conservation hands-on science and conservation as they learn about and 
help protect threatened species and habitats. Through EPI’s programs in 
five countries throughout the U.S. and Latin America, teens are inspired 
and empowered to engage in conservation efforts at home and worldwide to 
become the next generation of conservation leaders. More information can 
be found at www.ecologyproject.org.

Erin Clark | Program Director

Ecology Project International
406.218.2601 t (direct) | 406.218.2600 t (Yellowstone office) | 
406.721.7060 f

www.epiyellowstone.org | facebook.com/epiyellowstone | 

www.ecologyproject.org/hawaii | instagram.com/epihawaii

Conservation for the next generation

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