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The Education Program Internship duties include:
Prepare, develop and deliver educational programs that interpret the park's significant history stories to students K – 12th grade during their visits to the park. Lead hikes for local middle school students for our "Tiger on the Trail" hike program!
Utilize current methods, learning theories, and national education standards and curriculum guidelines in program delivery. Find creative ways to make the park exciting for school groups and other youth.
Conduct research to insure accurate and relevant programming development and presentation of any on- and off-site curriculum based education activities and tours as needed
Present informal historic and resource research and interpretation.
Free Park Housing may also be available. Please inquire. Start and End Dates are Flexible, depending on your school schedule. We welcome applications from both local students and students from all over the country. Shorter Internships for Credit Only may also be available.
Now accepting applications ona rolling basis, except for Summer Internships, which have an Application Deadline of March 1st.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Other Description: Historic, Dormitory Style Park Housing is available. Please inquire.