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How to Become an Environmental Educator

Want to inspire the next generation of environmentalists? Whether it’s working with wildlife, a national park, or a nature preserve, educating the public on why it’s important to protect our most precious resource is an inspiring and worthwhile cause. 

There are a number of opportunities out there for educators, whether it’s secondary education, post-secondary education, interpreters or tour guides.

Environmental Educator Fast Facts

Median Salary (2018) $37,040 per year
Workers Employed in U.S. (2018) 49,740
Projected Job Openings by 2028 2,175
Projected Growth Rate 5% 

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