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Environmental Education Program Directors

Work Environment

Environmental education program directors work 40 or more hours per week. Depending on the programs they direct, hours may be erratic. They work in offices, using computers to conduct research and write educational plans and reports. They also work in classrooms that can be in diverse settings—from office and school buildings, to boats, farms, parks, zoos, or any number of outdoor settings.

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