Heather Campbell Chaney Environmental Fellowship
The HCCF is granted in memory of Heather Campbell Chaney, a teacher and naturalist who passed away in 2001 while working with Catamount Institute and Palmer Land Trust. For each summer since her death, Heather’s family has awarded this fellowship to a summer staff member at Catamount Institute in memory of Heather as a way of letting her passion live on, for bringing a strong environmental ethic to our region’s youth.
The Heather Campbell Chaney Environmental Fellow works with Catamount Institute’s year-round Education Department staff to form the core teaching, leadership, and safety supervision team for all of our camps. This position demands a high level of experience as Fellows teach from existing lesson plans, write some lesson plans of their own, and are at times the lead educator in charge of camp planning, programming, or campers.
You must have housing in the Colorado Springs area. We only provide overnight accommodations during our overnight camp’s (8 nights total).
You must be available to work Tuesday, June 1st – Wednesday, August 11th with weekends and a half-week (July 5th-7th) off.
What you should expect
Click the button below to apply online. If you are a Colorado College Student please click here to apply through the Public Interest Fellowship program. All other applicants click below to apply online. Applications close March 1.