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Environmental Education Program Directors

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Numerous organizations hire environmental education program directors to run their educational programs. Directors work for schools, community centers, conservation groups, management consulting agencies, museums, and nonprofit organizations. They may also work as independent consultants, running their own businesses and providing educational services to various clients. The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) does not cite statistics specific to environmental education program directors, but it does show that approximately 181,600 instructional coordinators working in the United States. About 70 percent of coordinators work in public or private educational institutions. The remainder work for state and local government; individual and family services; child day-care services; scientific research and development services; and management, scientific, and technical consulting services.

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