Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) has announced that Seth Jones, manager of ADK’s Education Programs since 2012, has been promoted to Education Director.
Jones will be responsible for overseeing ADK’s Education Department which includes over 90 skills workshops, ADK’s Three Seasons at Heart Lake 4th Grade School Outreach Program, Leave No Trace outdoor skills and ethics education and the Adirondack High Peaks Summit Stewardship Program.
Jones holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Conservation Biology from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. He is also on the board of the Waterman Fund, an organization dedicated to fostering the spirit of wildness and conserving the alpine areas of Northeastern North America.
Jones has worked for ADK since 2008 first as a High Peaks Summit Steward then as the Johns Brook Lodge coordinator. He has been a part of the education team since 2012 where he focused on building and growing ADK’s high school and college student programs.
Jones has also been part of ADK’s development of a social media presence, managing blog content and telling stories for the organization through his photography and videography. He lives in Bloomingdale, NY.
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