Are you passionate about nature and eager to pass that love on to others? Environmental educators, also known as naturalists and interpreters, teach students about natural resources.
Environmental educators might do their teaching outside, while hiking, canoeing, or sitting around a campfire, for example. They often work for the government, schools, and nonprofit organizations in camps, parks, nature centers, environmental programs, and museums. Being in beautiful settings and participating in outdoor activities are two of the bonuses of this job. However, most opportunities are part-time, short-term, and low paying.
Environmental educators develop and teach programs about nature for people of all ages.
A nature lover in good physical shape who enjoys working outdoors. You should enjoy the sciences. You need to be outgoing and enthusiastic and have good spoken and written communication skills. You should also be comfortable working with people of all ages.