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  • Wed, November 01, 2017 7:22 PM | Anonymous member

    This position has been filled!

    We are hiring for our first ever paid position!  Please share the following position description with anyone who may be interested:

    Environmental Educators of North Carolina
    Executive Director

    The Executive Director will serve part-time, approximately 20 hours per week, performing duties assigned by the Board of Directors. The position is for a one-year term, with the opportunity to extend if agreeable to all parties. The employee will work predominately from home. Travel is required.

    This is a newly created position and the Executive Director will work directly with the EENC Board of Directors to develop a work plan. After the initial contract year, the position may transition into a 40 hours per week position. As the position grows, the Executive Director will be responsible for securing partial funding for additional contract years.

    Summary of Essential Job Functions

    • Coordinate donor cultivation and management, grant writing, annual appeals, sponsorship solicitations, and other fundraising and development needs of EENC.  

    • Work with Resource Development Chair to maintain donor database and manage grants.

    • Serve as one of two EENC representatives to the Southeastern Environmental Educators Alliance (SEEA).

    • Attend statewide and regional meetings to represent EENC’s interests and foster publicity, partnerships, and outreach.

    • Act as liaison with community, state, national, and international organizations to foster publicity, partnerships, and outreach for the organization.

    • Assist Board of Directors with tasks including developing marketing materials, content for website, and social media; work to grow and diversify membership; conference and workshop planning; and assist with setting the agenda for board meetings.

    • Other duties as needed.


    • Provide monthly activity report to Personnel Committee, including number of hours worked, tasks accomplished, and status of work.

    • Provide monthly financial report and summary of activities to the Treasurer.

    • Provide quarterly report to Board of Directors with summary of activities and status of work.

    Preferred Experience

    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is required.

    • Experience in nonprofit management, board management, public relations, business, marketing, or a natural resource-related field is preferred.

    • Familiarity with environmental education and an understanding of the field in the state, nationally, and internationally.

    • Experience in nonprofit fund development.

    • Experience with website development and maintenance and use of social media for business.

    • Excellent spelling, grammar, typing, and organizational skills.

    • Proficient with Office Suite and Google Suite.

    • Experience with bookkeeping or financial management.

    • Ability to work well independently and as part of a team.

    • Strong networking and interpersonal skills.

    Must reside in North Carolina. Must have the ability to work from home (or another location) and be able to travel for meetings, conferences, etc.


    $23,000 to $28,000. $5,000 stipend provided for benefits. Computer, equipment, and cell phone will also be provided.

    How to Apply

    Submit a cover letter and resume to Shannon Culpepper, EENC President-Elect at by Monday, November 13 at 5:00 pm.  

  • Mon, September 18, 2017 4:05 PM | Anonymous member
    Looking for a way to help with hurricane relief efforts in Texas and Florida? We're collecting donations of the items most needed in the hurricane impact zones at the 2017 conference!  Consider bringing any of the following items to Agape with you and board member Elissa Riley will deliver them to a relief group in Wilmington, Ten on Ten, after the conference.  From there, they'll make their way to the people who need them in Texas and Florida!

    The following items are the most essential:

    1. Toilet paper
    2. Small bottles of bath essentials - shampoo, conditioner, soap, etc
    3. Dental hygiene essentials - toothbrushes, toothpaste, floss
    4. First aid items, especially bandaids, first aid ointments, medicated wipes, and ace bandages
    5. Feminine hygiene products - pads, tampons
    6. Diapers, wipes, and other baby products
    7. Underwear and socks (please note that natural disaster victims rarely use other items of clothing, so don't be tempted to empty your closets of unwanted clothing!)
    8. School supplies
    9. Canned foods - especially things like cans of chili and soups, things that can become meals
    10. Pets supplies - canned or bagged pet foods, other pet supplies
  • Tue, August 22, 2017 10:40 PM | Anonymous member

    We're currently accepting applications for the following:

    Board nominations:

    Know someone (perhaps yourself?) who would make an amazing EENC board member, someone who wants to help move the organization forward as we enter a time of change? Consider making a board nomination, for someone you know or yourself!  We're looking for motivated people who are interested in helping taking on a challenge and who strongly supoprts our organization's mission.  Start your application here:

    Student scholarships:

    We'd like to bring more high school and college students to the conference, particularly those who have an interest in pursuing a career in environmental education.  If this sounds like you, or someone you know, we'd love to have you apply for a full conference scholarship!  The application form is available online here:

    Both board nominations and student scholarship applications are due September 1, so get yours in soon!

  • Mon, July 10, 2017 1:40 PM | Anonymous member

    Early bird registration ends Monday, 7/17, so plan to get yours in this week for the best price!  Full conference registration will go up $20 on starting 7/18.

    Can't register this week?  No problem!  We accept registrations through Friday, September 8.

  • Tue, May 30, 2017 10:13 PM | Anonymous member

    It's that time of year again - conference registration time!  Register now for early bird deals and join us at Agape for a fun weekend of professional development, informative field trips and workshops, and great networking.

    We have a new website and membership management service this year, so registration will work a little differently than you may be used to. In years past, you received a membership discount code for the conference.  You don't need a code this year! When you register, the system automatically recognizes you as a member if your membership is up to date and you use the same email address that you've used on the EENC website in the past. (You may be prompted for a password if you have not yet logged into the new site!) Then simply choose the membership registration type that applies to you from the options on the registration form.

    Visit the conference page for more information about the conference and to download a copy of the detailed conference registration packet.  The packet provides specifics on registration types, lodging options, and field trip/workshop prices, times, and descriptions.

    Early bird registration ends July 17th, so make plans to register soon for the best price!

    If you have any questions about the registration process, please contact Shannon Culpepper, registration co-chair and your EENC president elect.

    Hope to see you at Agape!

  • Tue, May 23, 2017 9:39 PM | Anonymous member

    Conference proposal season is officially over!  The requests for session and research symposium proposals are now closed.

    Thanks to everyone who submitted a conference proposal for the 2017 conference at Agape! The sessions our members provide are what make our conference great. Look out for an e mail soon with news about whether you proposal was accepted or not!

  • Thu, May 11, 2017 2:11 PM | Anonymous member

    Want to present at the Environmental Educators of North Carolina conference at Agape Center for Environmental Education this September?  Get your proposals in soon!  Proposals for both regular conference sessions and the research symposium are due Monday, May 15.  

    Add your voice to the conference - hope to see you there!

  • Mon, May 01, 2017 8:47 PM | Anonymous member

    EENC offers scholarships to help people attend the conference.  Need some help to come to this year's conference?  We're now accepting conference scholarship applications!

    Scholarship applications are due May 20.  Good luck!

  • Sat, April 15, 2017 8:50 PM | Anonymous member
    Be a part of the 2017 conference at Agape Center for Environmental Education!  We are now accepting proposals for conference sessions and the research symposium.

    All proposals are due May 22!
  • Sat, April 08, 2017 7:00 AM | Anonymous member

    Our organizational website has been out of date for a while now and things were getting hard to find.  We've started over from scratch to bring you an all new EENC website experience.  We hope it will be easier to find the information you need and navigate through the site.  If you have any questions or suggestions, please let our Communcations Chair, Chris Goforth, know! This is just the first round - we'll be updating the new site more often and can incorporate the best suggestions as we go.

    Welcome to the new website!

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