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NAAEE’s e-newsletters offer time-sensitive announcements and job opportunities for the EE field.


Sign up here to receive eeNEWS, the free NAAEE newsletter that is published twice a month throughout the year to promote EE events, announcements, grants, and resources. Become an NAAEE member to receive additional exclusive, advanced content. The most recent public version is available on eePRO.


Sign up here to receive eeJOBS, NAAEE’s newsletter highlighting the most recent jobs on eePRO. You can see a continuously updated list on eePRO or sign up for the newsletter to get them delivered bi-weekly to your inbox.



Sign up here to receive the Global Environmental Education Partnership (GEEP) quarterly newsletter.



Sign up here to receive eeADVOCATE, a brand new quarterly newsletter spotlighting opportunities, resources, and accomplishments in environmental education policy at the state and federal levels. 

To submit an announcement to the newsletter, add the post and NAAEE staff will review, publish, and tag the post to an upcoming issue, if appropriate. For questions about the newsletters, contact

Media Inquiries and Contacts

NAAEE has staff and media representatives to handle inquiries from journalists on national issues affecting the environment, nature, education, STEM literacy, conservation, community sustainability, and related issues. Also, NAAEE’s Washington staff can assist with questions on funding, budgeting, and legislative matters that touch on these issues.

NAAEE also is equipped for live and taped broadcast interviews (video, audio, podcasts, etc.). Broadcast interviews can also be conducted via Skype or similar digital media platforms.

To schedule an interview with an NAAEE expert, teacher, researcher, community leader, mentor, or organizer or for any other media inquiries, contact Stacie Pierpoint, Manager of Communications and Engagement at

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