EcoRise is leading a cohort at Climate Generation's Summer Institute for Climate Change Education! We are thrilled to provide free participation to twenty five K–12 public school teachers in Atlanta, Houston, and South Florida. BIPOC teachers are highly encouraged to register to help increase representation in conversations about climate change.
Date and Time:
Wednesday, July 28, 2021, 9:00am to Friday, July 30, 2021, 4:00pm
The Program Manager will lead our Sustainable Intelligence and Green Building Academy programs in Central Texas and Massachusetts. The PM is responsible for teacher outreach, engagement, customized support, leading-edge professional development; program evaluation; student and teacher exam preparation, registration, and documentation; and fostering community relationships to enhance both programs. In addition, the PM will play a critical role executing the NOAA-funded Building a Green Texas program.
The Education Specialist will support and grow our Sustainable Intelligence, EVs for Schools, and Green Building Academy programs across California and South Texas, and support in other regions, as needed. The Education Specialist will be responsible for local teacher outreach and engagement, customized instructional support, leading-edge professional development, administering Eco-Audit Grants to support student-designed sustainability projects, and hosting student innovation showcases.
EcoRise is seeking a Project Specialist who will be primarily dedicated to Gen:Thrive, an initiative aimed at scaling sustainability education, environmental justice and climate resilience in K–12 schools across the country.
EcoRise is hosting four virtual regional-based trainings for teachers in the month of February: Feb 4th (Houston), Feb 6th (Dallas), Feb 11th (San Antonio), and Feb 18th (Austin). Learn about classroom sustainability projects and how Eco-Audits can empower students to create innovation feasible action plans and even apply for grants!
EcoRise is hiring an experienced instructional designer and project manager to join our team. The Instructional Resource Specialist will refine existing materials and create new instructional materials to meet a range of instructional and programmatic needs, including connecting new and existing materials to environmental and climate justice and designing additional student-facing materials with blended learning technology tools.
San Antonio has a strong and active youth demographic that can be powerful allies in promoting the climate action plan. This workshop is part of a two-part series to train teachers on engaging youth in local climate issues and resiliency.