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Environmental Education Assistant 2018
Are you a 14-17 year old who wants to spend time with children exploring outside? Fill out this application to volunteer for Summer Camps (ages 3-5 or 6-11) at Gilsland Farm in Falmouth.

This position will help you gain leadership skills while having fun and learning more about nature. Environmental Education Assistants play an important role in the success of our summer programs by being a role model for campers and helping implement lessons and activities.

Participants will receive a camp t-shirt and a letter that includes hours and activities completed during the summer session.

For more information please contact:
Karen Arno
Camp Director

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Name (First and Last) *
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Birthdate *
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Parent/Guardian's Name(s) and email *
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Program Choices: We expect participants to dedicate two weeks (do not have to be consecutive) to summer camp understanding that there may be other commitments during the summer. Please choose your top choices below
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June 18-22: Naturalists in Training (3-5 year olds; 9am-1pm)
June 25-29: Habitat Heroes (4-5 year olds; 9am-3pm)
June 25-29: Animals Great and Small (6-11 year olds; 9am-3pm)
July 9-13: Animal Opposites (3-5 year olds; 9am-1pm)
July 9-13: Aquatic Adventures (6-11 year olds; 9am-3pm)
July 16-20: Water Wonders (4-5 year olds; 9am-3pm)
July 16-20: Emerging Ornithologists (6-11 year olds; 9am-3pm)
July 23-27: Animal Families (3-5 year olds; 9am-1pm)
July 23-27: "Bringing Nature Home" (6-11 year olds; 9am-3pm)
August 6-10: On the Wing (4-5 year olds; 9am-3pm)
August 6-10: Nocturnal Navigation (6-11 year olds; 9am-3pm)
August 13-17: Terrific Trees (3-5 year olds; 9am-1pm)
August 13-17: Secrets of the Forest (6-11 year olds; 9am-3pm)
August 20-24: Earth Art (4-5 year olds; 9am-3pm)
August 20-24: Wildlife on the Move (6-11 year olds; 9am-3pm)
Notes about your dates/themes to consider when scheduling:
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Have you ever been a camper at Maine Audubon? *
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What do you think are the most important qualities for an environmental education assistant to have? *
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What do you want children to get from being with you this summer? *
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What would you do in this situation? Four or five children are demanding your attention and you notice another child sitting alone. *
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What skills/talents do you bring to this program? (First aid, experience with children, sense of humor, patience, good at games, knowledge of nature, wildlife enthusiast, theater, art or music,etc.) *
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Why would this program be rewarding for you? *
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3 Professional/Personal References: (teachers, coaches, neighbor, family babysitting for, etc.) --Name: email or phone number (best way to get in touch) *
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A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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