Summary: The Yellowstone Association Institute is a nonprofit field school operated in partnership with the National Park Service. We offer a variety of educational programs on the wildlife, plants, geology, and history of Yellowstone.
The Institute Resident Instructors are part of a superb and dedicated educational staff committed to teaching about Yellowstone National Park. Instructors are educators, guides, and naturalists responsible for providing in-depth education about Yellowstone’s natural, geologic, and cultural history.
They are experienced outdoor leaders, able to create a welcoming and comfortable learning environment while keeping their participants safe in inclement weather, wildlife habitat, and backcountry terrain. In addition, resident instructors play a lead role in the Institute, helping to train and mentor seasonal instructors and assist with operational and administrative duties during non-peak seasons.
The Resident Instructor will work with three other Resident Instructors based at our North Entrance Education Center in Gardiner, Montana, under the guidance of the Program Managers and the Director of Education.
This is a year-round, full time job complete with a benefit package.
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