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Dream Big. Do Bigger. Make a Difference with EPI.

Our dedicated staff is a creative group striving to make a positive difference in the world – in the office, in the field, and in their daily lives. These individuals bring their own passions to EPI’s vision for big impact in communities around the world. Apply today to join our incredible team!

Available Positions

If you have any questions, please email our HR Coordinator.

Year-Round Positions

Yellowstone Summer Program Supervisor

Job Summary: The Yellowstone summer program supervisor is responsible for the planning and implementation for the Yellowstone Wildlife Ecology Program. The supervisor’s primary responsibilities include instructor supervision, vendor and partner coordination, curriculum development, gear purchasing and maintenance, risk management, and program itinerary coordination. The position is approximately 95% office-based and 5% field-based.  Qualifications: Required At least three years of staff supervisory experience, of both permanent and seasonal staff At least two years of experience delivering outdoor or environmental education programs; either from field or... Read More

  • Deliver programs that reach over 200 students each year
  • Missoula, MT-based position
  • Collaborate with National Park Service scientists

Seasonal Positions

Field Instructor: Bitterroot Wildlife Internship

Description of Program: The Bitterroot Wildlife Internship (BWI) program is a partnership between Ecology Project International (EPI) and MPG Ranch to offer a unique experience for high school students that combines ecological education, conservation service, and hands-on field research at the MPG Ranch in Florence, Montana from June-August. Each month-long intern session will be comprised of six interns. Interns will be paired with MPG researchers to engage in ongoing research projects and answer their own related research question. EPI has offered the Bitterroot Wildlife Internship... Read More