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Pine Mountain Settlement School Now Hiring for Kitchen and Cleaning Staff

Pine Mountain Settlement School is seeking applications for kitchen and housekeeping staff. As a member of the Pine Mountain Settlement team you will assist in: 1) preparation of meals for visitors; 2) clean-up of kitchen and all items associated with food preparation, dishes, utensils, glasses and other items needed for food service; 3) cleaning buildings and facilities in preparation for group visits, and 4) other duties as needed. More »

Pine Mountain Settlement School is seeking to hire an Office Assistant

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Seeking Intern for Spring 2017

About Our School: Pine Mountain Settlement School has been serving the communities of Harlan County and beyond through education and leadership for over 100 years. Its flagship program integrates placed-based environmental education with traditional Appalachian arts and crafts. Located in the beautiful mountains of Eastern Kentucky, our 800+ acre campus serves as a living laboratory for students who attend day and overnight courses. Pine Mountain Settlement School is a designated National Historic Landmark and encompasses the Bickford State Nature Preserve, making it one of the most biodiverse and important wildlife corridors in the Southeast. More »

Pine Mountain Settlement School is Seeking Applicants for the Environmental Education Fellowship Program

About Our School: Pine Mountain Settlement School has been serving the communities of Harlan County and beyond through education and leadership for over 100 years. Its flagship program integrates placed-based environmental education with traditional Appalachian arts and crafts. Located in the beautiful mountains of Eastern Kentucky, our 800+ acre campus serves as a living laboratory for students who attend day and overnight courses. Pine Mountain Settlement School is a designated National Historic Landmark and encompasses the Bickford State Nature Preserve, making it one of the most biodiverse and important wildlife corridors in the Southeast. More »