Leslie Science & Nature Center hires educators for summer camps

ANN ARBOR, me. – Would you like to be outdoors and help children learn about science?

The Leslie Science & Nature Center is hiring Unity in Learning (UIL) Summer Camp Educators to collaborate on nature and science topics with teens ages 4-13 during its summer camps.

Camp educators will be working at the Ann Arbor Center from June through September with some off-site trips.

During the training camps, the UIL camp educators offer customer service, create camp lesson plans together, coach volunteer students and coordinate with the camp team.

Here are the details:

The teachers at the summer camp must be able to work an average of 35 to 40 hours per week from June 14th to September 3rd. Participation in a one-week training course from June 6th to 11th is required.

First-time camp educators are paid $ 10 an hour and returning educators are paid $ 11.

The educators report to the camp leaders and have the opportunity to spend a week of unpaid vacation in the summer. Some UIL camp educators may have to work overtime during camp sessions, the job description states.


Candidates must be over the age of 18 and have current certification (or certification ability) in adult and child first aid and CPR. Applicants must also receive a clean criminal background review and clearance from the central register, as well as provide three positive references.

Community members wishing to apply can complete an application and submit résumés on the Leslie Science & Nature Center website. Applicants also answer briefly answered questions and provide contact information for their references.

Applications are accepted continuously.

Find out more about the position here.

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