The TGC team work together to create and deliver innovative nature connection activities for all. Find out how you can get involved and apply to join our team.
TGC is an equal opportunities employer and actively encourages applications from all members of the community.
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We can cater to almost any situation, and there’s no obligation to book once you’ve spoken with us.
TGC’s programmes are supported by a committed group of experienced freelancers who bring outdoor learning to life with flare, energy, knowledge and a passion for nature.
Our facilitators are from a wide range of backgrounds including environmental educators, Forest School practitioners and actors with an ability to engage 30 children at a time to create memorable and inspiring learning experiences.
If you are interested in a freelance role, please email Amy Haworth.
Freelance facilitators for Countryside Programmes
TGC Countryside Department is looking for freelance facilitators to work on our programme of residential camps and day visits this summer! Countryside facilitators work with children to provide transformational immersive nature connection experiences and need to be prepared to camp at our beautiful site in Kent for a week at a time. Full training is provided including Camp Induction, Outdoor First Aid training and Trauma-informed Practice training. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to find out more about freelance work in our countryside department.
Any available full or part-time opportunities to join the team will be posted here. Please also follow us on social media for updates.