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If you’re intrigued by what The Mountain Institute does, you should check out their jobs listings. They look pretty cool.

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Educational Developer
Fairfax, VA
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Quality Assurance Specialist III
Hanover, MD
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Design Researcher - Remote
Washington, DC
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Science Education Events Coordinator (Bilingual Spanish) Remote US
Chevy Chase, MD
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Associate Director of Development, Regional Programs
Baltimore, MD
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System Administrator I
Laurel, MD
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Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant Hospitalist
Winchester, VA
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Head of Circulation & Visitor Service
Columbia, MD
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Art Transportation Specialist-CDL-A-Field Services
Landover, MD
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Conservation Assistant, Bull Run Natural Area Preserve
Broad Run, VA
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I love the mountains. They are some of the most untamed and untouched pieces of land left on the face of the Earth, and I’ve come to appreciate them more and more as I’ve lived in Chicago where you can see flat, developed land to the horizon. People who live in mountain communities are extremely reliant on the ecosystems that exist above them, yet these ecosystems are some of the most sensitive known to man. The Mountain Institute is a non-profit organization that works to “develop policies, investments, and participatory approaches to enable mountain people, and the billions affected downstream, to understand, harness, and manage the interrelated and complex issues confronting the world’s mountains in the 21st century.” Their Executive Office is located in Washington, DC, while their Corporate Business Office is in Morgantown, WV. Additionally, they have program offices across Asia, North America, and South America.

Climb to New Heights

The Mountain Institute was founded in West Virginia in 1972, and it went international in 1987. TMI operates a variety of different programs, all of which are clearly focused on making the most of our mountains. It all started with a 400-acre nature preserve on West Virginia’s tallest peak, but TMI has evolved to offer programs that focus both on environmental conservation and cultural and community development. Education is also a very large part of what The Mountain Institute does. If you’re intrigued, you should check out jobs at The Mountain Institute. Right now they’re looking for both Seasonal and Resident Field Instructors along with HQ Office Volunteers. The Field Instructor positions don’t pay all that much, but they offer unbelievable opportunities to be one with the mountains. I’m sure it could lead you in some pretty cool directions.

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