Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center seeks a passionate, team-oriented educator as our Animal Care and Wildlife Program Coordinator. Manage our educational animals (including raptors, fish, and more) while also coordinating citizen science programming (including bird banding) to provide powerful learning opportunities for students of all ages. The Animal Care and Wildlife Program Coordinator collaborates with a team of educators responsible for teaching classes, writing and maintaining curriculum, and managing programs year round. More importantly, they co-teach with a dynamic team of captive and wild animals in support of everyday classes taught by Wolf Ridge Naturalists on and off campus. Wolf Ridge operations are centered on a 2000-acre campus with a 400-bed facility annually serving more than 12,000 program participants in northeastern Minnesota.
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Founded on Earth Day in 1971, Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center remains the largest Residential Environmental Learning Center in the country. Today it welcomes over 15,000 visitors annually to its 2,000+ acre campus overlooking Lake Superior. Wolf Ridge offers year-round programing that includes summer camps, family programs, wilderness trips, higher education programs and more. The land surrounding campus includes rivers, creeks, lakes, high peaks,18+ miles of trail, and our own organic farm that supplies the meals served in our cafeteria. Visit Wolf Ridge to learn more.