Please see below for information (and attached job announcement) for an Education Coordinator position with BEMP (Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program) in Albuquerque, NM. This position oversees citizen science educational programming, which includes some of the work with the Rio Grande Phenology Trail and Nature's Notebook as well as the overall BEMP curriculum. Please feel free to forward on to others who may be great fits! Thank you!
"Education Coordinator for the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program (BEMP)
BEMP is seeking an education leader who is motivated to engage people through science and stewardship. We are a citizen science organization working to provide fact-based, just and equitable environmental education to students at over 40 schools. If you want to engage students of all ages, prepare them not only for the STEM fields, but help them find the courage and vocabulary to become environmental stewards, this is the place for you.
The Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program (BEMP) (www.bemp.org
) provides environmental education and citizen science programming for up to 10,000 students, teachers, and the public a year, mostly from backgrounds underrepresented in science. BEMP is a partnership of Bosque School and the University of New Mexico, Department of Biology. BEMP’s mission: Science, education, and stewardship of the Rio Grande and its watershed through long-term, hands-on student research of ecosystem response and function to inform public policy.
Position open until 2 April 2018 or until filled."