Job Opportunities

Seasonal Environmental Educator, Camp Schuylkill Aftercare Program

The Seasonal Environmental Educator primarily serves in our Camp Schuylkill Aftercare Program, providing supervision and support for children, and engaging children ages 3-12 years old in nature-based play at the Center. The Seasonal Environmental Educator may also staff other programs and special events as needed. The core schedule for this position is Monday – Friday, 3:00 – 6:00 pm.

Compensation: Starting rate of $14/hr.
Application Procedure: Please send a resume and letter of interest to Eric Janowiak, Afterschool and Camp Coordinator

Seasonal Environmental Educator, aftercare


Wildlife Clinic Intern (Spring/Summer)

The Wildlife Clinic at the Schuylkill Center is seeking engaged and committed internship applicants for the Spring/Summer 2022 season.

Interns will become skilled caretakers of the many injured and orphaned young wild animals that come through our doors. Interns will learn all the basics of wildlife husbandry, as well as essential wildlife rehabilitation skills.

Our internship program is designed for all levels of experience, from novices seeking an introduction to the basics of wildlife care, to graduate and professional students pursuing intensive hands-on training.

Dates of Program: 6 weeks for 20 hours per week

Application Due Date: open until filled

Application Procedure: Please email a resume, statement of purpose, and preferred starting month to

Wildlife Clinic internship job description


Camp Schuylkill CIT (Counselor In Training) Program

Camp Schuylkill is an environmentally-focused program that strives to give children the opportunity to explore and learn about their relationship to the natural world. The Camp Schuylkill’s CIT Program is designed to provide adolescents, ages 13 to 17, with valuable work experience while maintaining a fun, camp atmosphere. This is a volunteer-based program in which working hours can be exchanged for service hours for school or an organization.

A commitment of 5 days a week is required, however, the full nine weeks of camp is not. CITs will sign up for the weeks and age groups they would like to work with.

Dates of Program: June 20, 2022 – August 19, 2022 (with one Saturday training with date in May TBD)

To apply, please submit a one page essay about why you would want to volunteer as a CIT with the Schuylkill Center to: Letters of interest should have the subject line CIT Program.

Application Due Date: Open until filled

CIT job description


The Schuylkill Center is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to creating a diverse environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.