Seasonal Environmental Educator

Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies Published: December 4, 2020
Homer, Alaska
Job Type
Education /

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~ Beautiful Kachemak Bay is home for the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies. Our mission is to foster responsible interaction with our natural surroundings and to generate knowledge of the unique marine and coastal ecosystems of Kachemak Bay through science-based environmental education and stewardship. ~

As a 501-c-3 non-profit organization in Homer, Alaska, we offer many opportunities for people of all ages to connect with the outdoors through guided walks, tours, educational programs, overnights, school programs and more. 

We deliver educational programs and guided tours to over 12,000 students and visitors every year. Our grassroots organization, started in 1982, enjoys the support of over 350 members, 100 volunteers and a variety of businesses in Homer that assist us in fulfilling our mission.

Since 1984, CACS has held the annual Kachemak Bay CoastWalk event that involves more than 200 volunteers who adopt a section of the Kachemak Bay shoreline and walk it annually, surveying changes, collecting data on marine life and human impacts, and cleaning up beach litter and marine debris.

Position Overview

Do you enjoy getting people excited about our natural world? As an Environmental Educator, Naturalist or Intern with the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies, you’ll have the opportunity to share your energy and enthusiasm by leading educational programs for children, school groups, and visitors to Alaska.

Our seasonal staff are employed at five locations in the Homer/Kachemak Bay area: the  Wynn Nature Center (a 145-acre boreal forest preserve), the Inspiration Ridge Preserve, the semi-remote Peterson Bay Field Station, the Yurt on the Spit, and the CACS Headquarters Building in downtown Homer. Responsibilities vary by position.

Note: Click here to view full job descriptions for each location and information on applying.  


  • Qualified applicants are energetic and flexible, possess curiosity and enthusiasm about the natural world and human communities, have experience or a desire to develop skills in place-based environmental education or natural history interpretation, and demonstrate the maturity needed to live in group situations. 


  • Benefits include compensation of $1,800 - $2,225 per month depending on experience and responsibilities, plus housing. 

To Apply

  • Please click "Apply" below to email a cover letter, resume.
  • Deadline for applications is January 18, 2021. 

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