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Picture of the productTraining Tips and Tricks
Katie Raney
60 minutes
CE: 1
Date: February 16, 2021
Webinar Recording

Interpretive training can help interpreters increase their capacity. This introductory webinar will cover the foundations of a good training, including Adult Learning Theory. You’ll also discover your own personal instructor style, some quick-start tips, and how a thoughtful evaluation can pull it all together.

Katie Raney started in the field of interpretation in 2007 and has since worked for national parks, state parks, and a museum. Now as a Regional Interpretive Specialist for Texas State Parks, she supports interpretation at 17 state parks in Central Texas through training, publications, projects, and more.


Non-member price: $35.00
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WEB0216212/16/2021 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productEmerging Methods for the Modern Interpreter:
How Can Inquiry Move Visitors from Users to Stewards?
Mary McCormac, Jennifer Anderson, and Bevin Carithers
90 minutes
CE: 1.5
Date: February 2, 2021
Webinar Recording

Interpretation in the age of COVID has meant fewer opportunities for traditional programming, while many parks and historic sites are seeing record visitation numbers. Through a re-imagination of inquiry-based methods and group brainstorming we will explore ways to foster visitor connections and create positive stewardship actions through self-guided discovery.

Jennifer Anderson is the Education, Partnership, and Volunteer Section Manager for Colorado Parks and Wildlife; Bevin Carithers is the Chief Park Ranger with Boulder County Parks and Open Space; and Mary McCormac is the Statewide Interpretation and Wildlife Viewing Coordinator for Colorado Parks and Wildlife.


Non-member price: $40.00
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WEB0202212/2/2021 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productCreating Multilevels within your Volunteer Corps
Jane Silberstein, Pamela Byrnes and Simone Mortan
90 minutes
CE: 1.5
Date: January 19, 2021
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Volunteer trainers with over 70 years of combined experience will show you how to create ladders of opportunities, increase your capacity and vitalize your volunteer programs within the lens of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs within your programs.

Simone Mortan, CIT worked at the Monterey Bay Aquarium for over 24 years. For the last 14 years she was the manager of the volunteer guide program. She has a long history in the field of interpretation and storytelling.

Jane Silberstein, CIT, (M.S.) was senior interpreter at Monterey Bay Aquarium for over 30 years until Covid19. Teaching CIT course embedded in Environmental Interpretation and Outreach at CSUMB. Love teaching marine science, interpretation and social justice to anyone who will participate.

Pamela E. Byrnes – Currently the Volunteer Training Supervisor, Monterey Bay Aquarium (15 years at MBA providing interpretive training to volunteer guides and trainers.). Twenty years as Marine Biologist/Interpreter for Oceanic Society, O.S Expeditions, Earth Watch, Reef Promotions. Led natural history and research trips to Mexico, Australia, California and Bahamas.


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WEB0119211/19/2021 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productLeft Out: Furthering Conservation by Women
Rebecca Christoffel and Jean Eells
90 minutes
CE: 1.5
Date: December 15, 2020
Webinar Recording

Neurological differences in women and men lead to mismatched communication styles, and a plethora of miscommunications and missed opportunities. Learn of these brain differences and techniques you can use to ensure you effectively reach all audience members with the message you intend to send.

Dr. Rebecca Christoffel founded Christoffel Conservation in 2015 to further her work on the human dimensions of natural resource management and conservation. She has worked with E Resources Group, LLC on a variety of projects pertaining to better serving female landowners with conservation issues and opportunities.

Dr. Jean Eells started E Resources Group, LLC in 1997 when there were few opportunities for women in conservation in rural Iowa. She has created space for her own work and supported others through interpretation and evaluation.


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WEB12152012/15/2020 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productClimbing the Summit: How to get a Federal Job
Marie Malo
90 minutes
CE: 1.5
Date: December 8, 2020
Webinar Recording

Interpreters will learn about USAJobs website and become more proficient in their resume and interview skills to get their first or higher level federal positions, particularly in the National Park Service.

Marie Malo is a interpretation supervisor/park ranger at the Grand Canyon. She has been an interpreter for fifteen years, five with the US Forest Service and ten, working for the National Park Service. Her greatest goal as a leader is to promote learning, growth, and inclusion with her team members, visitors, partners, stakeholders and now, you!


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WEB12082012/8/2020 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productBest Practices for Digital Engagement
Erin Gates, Roger Gray
60 minutes
CE: 1
Date: December 3, 2020
Webinar Recording

Now that the world is digital, let’s be sure that we are looking our best during our video conference presentations, programs, and meetings! Discover some tips and tricks for delivering online interpretive programming, both from your computer, and live, in the field.

Erin Gates, California State Parks Interpreter, has been providing digital interpretive programs via videoconferencing and livestreaming since 2015. As Hearst Castle PORTS Program Presenter, Erin provided live interactive programs from the site to over 8,000 students/year. She now acts as a PORTS Program Coordinator, and supports over 30 parks in the development, design and delivery of digital interpretive programming.
Roger Gray has been a living history interpreter for more than 30 years: A broomsquire, blacksmith, naturalist, Master Gardener, NAI Certified Interpretive Guide, and an interpretive volunteer at the Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens. Currently a retired middle-school teacher, he is a long time speaker and teacher of first-person historical interpretation and has been teaching and interpreting extensively and exclusively remotely since March 2020.


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WEB12032012/3/2020 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productTwo Languages, Doble Oportunidad
Two Languages, Doble Oportunidad

Lorena Boles, Freddy Fernandez-Ramirez, Andy Fisher
60 minutes
CE: 1
Date: October 22, 2020
Webinar Recording

Let’s explore the benefits and challenges of bilingual interpretation! We will discuss interpretation in formats such as exhibits, written materials and in person interpretation, using the experiences of Saguaro National Park as a primary example.

Lorena Boles is the translator behind Nature Run Translations, LLC. Lorena was trained in interpretation by some of the best interpreters in the National Park Service. She has been doing translations for National Parks and educators for over 12 years. She believes in the power of coffee, teamwork, and proofreading.

Hola amigos y amigas, my name is Freddy Fernandez-Ramirez, and I’m a bilingual interpreter (Español) at Saguaro National Park. I do all sorts of interpretive programs. I’ve been at Saguaro for over six years, yay!

Andy L. Fisher serves as the Chief of Interpretation for Saguaro National Park in Tucson, Arizona, a culturally rich and diverse city. She has been an interpreter with the National Park Service for 20 years and works to ensure parks are inclusive and welcoming for everyone.


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WEB10222010/22/2020 12:00:00 AM
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The safest reusable straw.

Unlike some alternatives like bamboo or glass straws, stainless steel straws don't break easily and can even hold up against rust.


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STRAW10/12/2020 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productElevating Indigenous Voices
Panel Discussion
90 minutes
CE: 1.5
Date: September 30, 2020
Webinar Recording

Using interpretation to amplify Indigenous voices provides spaces for healing and education within the local Indigenous and wider communities. This panel discussion will highlight a unique partnership between California’s largest Native American tribe, the Yurok Tribe, and California State Parks. These two entities have been working together for over three decades to make parks relevant through elevating the voices of the people who have cared for these landscapes since time immemorial.

Panel Moderator Erin Gates serves as an NAI Board Member and Director of the Wild West Region. In her capacity as a California State Parks Interpreter II Program Coordinator for the Parks Online Resources for Teachers and Students (PORTS) Program, she assists the North Coast Redwoods District with amplifying Indigenous voices through digital interpretive programming to reach K12 students throughout California and the United States.

Panelists include: Victor Bjelajac (California State Parks); Linda Cooley (Yurok Tribe/COO of Mad River Brewing Company); Skip Lowry (North Coast Redwoods District of California State Parks); Marnin Robbins (North Coast Redwoods District of California State Parks).

This recording is free to NAI members. The nonmember price will help support the ability for NAI to continue to offer these webinars.


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Picture of the productTelling All Americans’ Stories
Lauren Devore and Megan Springate
60 minutes
CE: 1
Date: September 22, 2020
Webinar Recording

There are hidden stories in every town, city and state waiting to be discovered and interpreted. The hope is to give people the ability to connect with others in telling all stories.

Lauren Devore is a Park Ranger with the National Park Service, located at the Belmont Paul Women’s Equality National Monument in Washington, DC.

Megan Springate is the National Coordinator for the National Park Service 19th Amendment Centennial Commemoration. She sits at National Park headquarters in Washington, DC.


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