The Coastal Stewardship Network, a program of CFN-GBI, is seeking skilled educators to help us continue creating rich learning experiences for Indigenous adult learners in land and marine stewardship.
Our training covers a broad range of learning areas, including all types of environmental monitoring, archaeology, Indigenous laws and governance, compliance and enforcement, and a wide array of technical skills, such as data management, computer skills, and GIS and mapping.
If you want to apply your education skills to a great cause that will help enhance First Nations’ stewardship efforts throughout the North and Central Coast and Haida Gwaii, then we’d love to hear from you!
Interested individuals can share their resume, references and example of their work by completing this form: surveymonkey.com/r/CSNTraining
For more information on CSN’s innovative stewardship training programs, and a list of desired qualifications we are looking for in educators, please see our Request for Qualifications: Instructors and Training Professionals (pdf).