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Woodcock Nature Center is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes people of diverse backgrounds to apply.

Weekend Birthday Party Teacher

Currently accepting applications.

Woodcock Nature Center is looking for a weekend Birthday Party Educator to deliver our fun and educational nature-themed parties to children turning ages 4 and older. Party programs include animal lessons with educational reptiles, amphibians, insects, as well as outdoor exploration components including treasure hunt on trails, scooping with nets in the wetlands, or building natural fairy houses in the woods. Must be 21 years or older. 

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2024 Summer Camp Counselors

Applications Closed (Deadline was April 3rd.)

Ideal for college students who love to be outside and who enjoy working with children. We are looking for mature, self-motivated, and fun students to work with campers ages 4-12. 

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High School Research Projects

Currently accepting students.

Woodcock Nature Center is looking for local high school students who want to do research! This is an excellent opportunity for students looking to gain valuable college resume builders, and developing scientific skills! Do not pass it up if you’re interested in majoring in the field of science!

If you’re interested, send an email to  and describe the project you might want to do. If you don’t have an idea for a project, but you would like to do one, we can help you zero in on what might work best for you!

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High School Senior Internships

We are NOT accepting applications for the 2023 school year.

Woodcock can help you participate in your school’s for-credit senior internship program. We offer a 3 to 4 week work experience that typically begins in mid May and is arranged in partnership with your school. This program gives seniors the opportunity to explore an area of interest outside of their usual class schedule. Our internship is ideal for seniors who are interested in non-profits, environmental science and education as well as outdoor work. Internship projects can include: wetland specimen collecting, program set-up, trail and ground maintenance, wood-chipping, animal care tank maintenance, etc. This is an unpaid internship. 


Send a letter of interest and resume to Jennifer Bradshaw at

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