Are Outdoor Education Jobs
the type for you?

Outdoor education jobs are considered to be some of the most sought after jobs in education . The jobs in outdoor education are often confused with jobs in environmental education and experiental education.

Environmental education is concerned with the environment and the interaction of organisms (including human beings) within an ecosystem. In the school system, it forms part of the science curriculum.

The most exciting parts in outdoor education involved having my classes outside under the skies, and taking my students on tours, trips or excursions . Their learning experiences are enhanced when they're in an outdoor classroom .

I was a member of the Environmental Club in High School for two years, and served as secretary for one of those years. Although we didn't participate is as many tours and projects as we would have liked, it was still a great, fun club.

For the purpose of this website, an outdoor education job refers to any one which deals with or takes place in the outdoors, be it environment or experiental . I will also be using the phrase adventure education jobs interchangeably.

Environmental education is not only limited to the school system, but strides are also made to educate the wider public about the environment. The qualifications you require for outdoor instructor jobs depend on the age of the group of individuals, or the nature of the program.

For example, the demands are different within the K-12 curriculum compared to say…working as a coordinator of outdoor adventure education activities at a summer camp or in student affairs at a university or college.

Other adventure education jobs may be summer camp jobs or wilderness jobs where you teach and train in outdoor activities. You may also get outdoor education job opportunities at places with adventure programs.

Some outdoor education jobs are:

•  Teachers in the school system (K-12)

•  Coordinators and Program Managers

•  Outdoor Instructor

•  Outdoor Guide School

•  Environmental Educator

•  Field Teacher

•  Wilderness Instructor

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