Audubon Volunteer Naturalist Training
Join our crew leading school field trips. This training will provide teaching techniques and basic natural history. This is class will meet every Monday for six weeks March 25 through April 29. Signing up for the March 25 class will sign you up for the series. Free with a commitment to lead several field trips each season. Dress to be both in classroom and on the trail. Bring a lunch. Audubon Volunteer Naturalists will need to provide background check documentation before leading a program.
Audubon Volunteer Naturalists lead groups of 8 to 12 school students on field trips on the trails at Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve. Primary field trip seasons are September through October and March through early June. The typical naturalist leads 2 to 4 walks a month in season. Most field trips are during school hours. Ages range from preschool through high school. You choose what days, age groups and topics you prefer to lead. Audubon Volunteer Naturalists also optionally assist with other education programs of Audubon. Onoing enrichment is provided at monthly meetings with a natural history program.
Contact Scott, firstname.lastname@example.org, for complete details about the Audubon Volunteer Naturalist program.