Traveling Outdoor Education Instructor

EMPLOYER: Nature's Classroom New England



Become a Nature on Wheels Instructor this Spring!

We are looking for adventurous and passionate educators eager to grow their own knowledge while making a positive impact on students!

Who we are

Nature’s Classroom New England is the largest outdoor education program in the northeast. We specialize in hands-on education with an emphasis on nature, outdoor living skills, science, and social-emotional learning. We provide meaningful programming for thousands of elementary and middle school students across New England and eastern New York each year! Nature’s Classroom instructors facilitate a variety of exciting activities for students throughout the fall and spring.

What we do

During the school week, we drive out to schools or local parks to provide single or multi-day programs for elementary and middle school students. Instructors lead groups of 12-14 students through activities ranging in topics from nature exploration to outdoor living skills to human ecological impact. Some of our favorite activities include field journaling, endangered egg babies, and shelter building! Instructors travel to different schools each day throughout New England and eastern New York. We are committed to providing the highest quality educational experience to our schools and are looking for enthusiastic, dedicated educators to join our team!

Dates of employment

Beginning of March 2023 through the beginning of June 2023. Instructors will start the season with a week of paid training.

Salary & benefits

Salary is $125 per day
Mileage reimbursement with carpooling perks for work-related travel
Shared accommodation is provided. (Service animals only. Sorry, no ESAs.)
Hotels, airbnbs and rooms at one of our residential sites will be arranged for you when working with a school that is far from your home base.


Desired experience & qualifications Experience working with elementary and middle school students. Fully vaccinated against Covid-19. Bachelor’s Degree preferred but not required. Ability to walk/hike 3-5 miles per day. Comfortable speaking in front of a group. Ability to travel to schools throughout New England and eastern New York. Has a reliable vehicle. A passion for outdoor education!

How to Apply:

Contact: Rachel D'Angio
Phone: (603) 539-8053

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