I'm pleased to say that after several months of searching (and subbing), I have gotten a seasonal position. For the next six months or so, I will be working as a naturalist at a nature center on the south end of the Twin Cities.
My job duties will mostly involve teaching homeschool and fieldtrips for the school year, and then I'll switch to teaching summer camp. I'm sure there will be many more job duties I'll discover as I work my way in.
My field -- environmental education -- is an interesting one. The jobs are a lot of fun, so there is high demand and a large pool of workers. Therefore, it takes quite a bit of experience to advance. People typically start by doing internships for a year or two, and then they move into seasonal naturalist positions. I've got just one year of internship (here in Minnesota) and three months of seasonal naturalist (in Maine). I'll add another six months now, and some people credit me three more months for working at the canoe/river camp in Ann Arbor. I'm slowly building up the experience necessary to move my way up in the field.
We'll see what the future holds. Returning to school to work on a teaching license is another strong future possibility, as is looking for more permanent positions. For now, I'm excited to head back to work.