Environmental Education Assistant - Returning 2019
If you are a 15-17 year old who wants to volunteer again as an Environmental Education Assistant with Maine Audubon, welcome back!

This position will help you further develop 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 volunteer hours and activities completed during the summer session.

For more information please contact:
Catherine Griset
Camp Director
207-781-2330 x 211
cgriset@maineaudubon.org

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Availability: We expect our EEAs to attend a training session on the evening of June 20th, and to commit to at least two weeks of camp. These do not need to be consecutive, as we understand you may have other commitments during the summer. Please indicate below the weeks you are available. EEAs are expected at camp 8:30-3:30, unless otherwise noted.
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How many years have you assisted with camp? *
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What did you find most rewarding about your time as an EEA? *
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Describe a challenging experience from last summer: *
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What do you think are the most important qualities for an Environmental Education Assistant to have? *
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Please share an example of growth or change since your last worked with Maine Audubon: *
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What do you hope to gain from being an EEA at Maine Audubon again this year? *
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Would you be interested in sharing an experience you had at EEA training? *
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