Employment Opportunities

Staff

On-Call Environmental Educator & Preschool Substitute

On-Call Environmental Educators will assist with field trips, summer and spring break programming, birthday parties, and other events/programs as needed. On-Call Environmental Educators will substitute for Sprouts Garden Preschool as the assistant teacher as needed throughout the school year. Opportunities for leading regular weekly After School in the Gardens, Tots in the Gardens, tours, and birthday party programming is available.  See the full position description here

Environmental Educator & Garden Preschool Teacher

The Monk Botanical Gardens seeks a full-time Environmental Educator and Garden Preschool Teacher. They will be responsible for developing and implementing a nature-based, emergent program that promotes whole-child development and will build a foundation for environmental literacy.   See the full program description here

Internships

Year round Internships

UWSP Student?  Internships for horticulture and environmental education students available through the Pointers Connect Program.  

2021 Summer Internships

Environmental Educator and Horticulture Internships:  Searching for ambitious, curious, hard-working, friendly and ready to learn people to spend their summer outdoors and engaging with the public while learning the workings of a botanical garden.  Unlike many other botanical garden internships you will NOT just be digging in the dirt, watering, and weeding.  This internship fosters your interests through a self motivated project and provides opportunities to experience the full program and management of the gardens. 

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Horticulture Internship

Environmental Education Internship

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