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Summer Job Teaching Environmental Sciences and Outdoor Education While Impacting Underserved Kids!!!!
Camp War Eagle will be on the KSU campus Nov. 4 th - 7 th . Camp War Eagle is a Christian Sports and Adventure Camp for Underserved and at Risk kids ages 7-17 in NW Arkansas (about 5 hours from Manhattan). We are looking for college students that Love God , Love Kids , Love the outdoors , and Love making a difference in the lives of others!!! Most of our kids come from pretty hard homes and really need a positive role model in their lives and that role model could be you . About 75% of our 5000 kids get a $2000 experience at no cost. Pretty amazing!!! We have a great outdoor education program and are in need of nature counselors. We teach Wildlife education, Hunting, Shooting Sports, and so much more!!!
Check out our website for more info, our application, interview info, and fun Videos and videos pertaining to the nature position!!! www.cwe2014.com
Need an Internship? For a lot of Students at KSU it could serve as a PAID summer internship , especially for any major dealing with kids, social services, ministry, recreation, nature/ecology, or sports. WE will help accommodate almost any situation based on the requirements by your department. This summer….consider making a difference. Email Darrick Seaton at Darrick@campwareagle.org with questions.
How to find us or contact us:
Table Locations on campus:
Monday-Wednesday, November 4 th -6th: Student Union Food Court from 10 am – 2pm
Tuesday, November 5th: Rec Center from 7pm – 10pm.
War Eagle Video Show: (Strongly recommended to attend)
Our Video show is a great way to learn more about what Camp War Eagle really is. WE show a 15 minute video and answer a ton of questions that staff have about camp.
Wednesday, Nov. 6 th : Student Union 227, 8:30 pm
Interviews will be all day on Thursday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm in the Student Union Food Court (in seating area right behind the rock wall as you enter on the left). To sign up for an interview you have many options. 1) Sign up for a time online, 2)Visit our table or come to the Video Show on Wed. night. 3) If that is not possible, please call Darrick Seaton 479-263-6559 to set one up. It is required to be hired, but does not commit you.
Camp War Eagle
14323 Camp War Eagle Road
Rogers, AR 72756
Attached is a job announcement for a continuing, successful partnership with the Nebraska Game & Parks Commission. The Open Fields & Water Access Coordinator position works with the public access partnerships in the state and is located at the Nebraska Game & Parks Commission state office.
To apply, please follow the link: www.pheasantsforever.org/jobs . For more information about the position, contact Pete Berthelsen, PF Director of Habitat Partnerships at 308-390-0848 or email to email@example.com . Only ON LINE applications will be accepted. Please include a cover letter outlining your interest and qualifications, resume and references as a 1 word document or PDF file on the recruitment website.
LOCATION TITLE STARTING SALARY
Lincoln, NE Coordinating Wildlife Biologist $36,000/year
Pheasants Forever, Inc. + benefits
Application Deadline: November 15, 2013
Position Start Date: December 2, 2013
Starting salary of $36,000 per year increasing to $39,164 per year after 1 year of service with a favorable annual review.
Essential Job Duties:
Work in a joint capacity with Pheasants Forever, Inc. (PF) and the Nebraska Game & Parks Commission (NGPC) to coordinate the implementation of all private lands access activities and programs across the state including but not limited to, the current Open Fields and Waters Program, CRP- Management Access Program and the Passing Along The Heritage program. Provide administrative direction and support to multi-disciplinary field staff implementing access contracts. Maintain contract records, ArcGIS geodatabases, summarize program accomplishments, coordinate the annual production of the Public Access Atlas and recommend program improvements and new offerings. Manage project budgets and grants. Develop and enhance working relationships with other public and private resource organizations. Coordinate outreach and information to landowners, outdoor recreationists, and the general public. Coordinate efforts to evaluate public access activities and programs.
Required Knowledge Skills and Abilities:
· The individual must be able to work effectively with private landowners, governmental agency staff and conservation organization representatives.
· Knowledge of conservation program offerings, including USDA Conservation Programs (CRP, CCRP, EQIP, WHIP, WRP, CSP, etc.) as well as state (NGPC) and Pheasants Forever programs.