Do I need a masters degree if I want to work at an environmental education center?


education or at an environmental education center unless you are looking to be a Manager or Director. In some cases, you don't need a Bachelor's Degree either to get an entry-level position. Depending on the center, passion for the environment, ability to learn quickly, speaking multiple languages, and one's lived experience might be more important than formal education. A Bachelor's or Master's Degree can certainly help someone advance in the field or begin at a higher salary.