LOGIN – For Current Mentors/Senior Partners
Our 11th outdoor mentor cohort recruitment season has been extended to accept interested candidate inquiries until JUNE 11, 2023!
Read the updated position description HERE, and learn more about eligibility and the application process HERE.
If you’re interested in learning more or applying, email Director Kristin Bowling at email@example.com, or call 541-281-7162.
Have a passion for community based fundraising and want to be compensated for your talents? Check out and apply for our part-time Development Coordinator contract position, slated to begin by late May!
Interested in contributing your talents behind the scenes to a grassroots, growing nonprofit that’s dedicated to youth empowerment and social and environmental justice, on a nonhierarchical and fun team where you can build your skills? Consider applying to our Board of Directors– we’re accepting new members through summer 2023.
Get all the details HERE. If you have more questions or are ready to apply, contact Acting President Jon Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 971-409-2075.
**Please note that from 2021 onward, all new staff, mentors, and board members will be required to be vaccinated against COVID in order to minimize risk to each other and the vulnerable communities we serve. Thank you for your understanding.**
Learn more about our outdoor mentoring model below:
Like in more traditional mentoring programs, Urban Nature Partners mentors are adults that want to make a difference in the life of a young person by spending time with them to earn trust and build a caring relationship. They play this role primarily in an outdoor setting, working with their mentee in a way that is responsive to their interests, abilities, and background, and helps them make guided choices that will build their well-being, self-confidence and problem-solving skills. UNP mentors become a part of a network in a young person’s family, community, and school life, and help open up the possibilities that exploring urban nature on their own terms provide for learning about oneself and one’s place in the world.
If you are an adult who wants to share the urban outdoors with a young person in 4th grade and beyond, help build social and environmental justice in your community, and become a part of an amazing group of like minded and passionate folks, then becoming a UNP mentor might be for you!
Want to learn more about any mentoring, volunteer, staff, or internship opportunity? Contact Founder and Program Director Kristin Bowling: email or 541-281-7162.