NAAEE Members are invited to submit nominations to recognize the positive contributions of individuals and organizations in the field of EE. Awardees will be recognized at the Annual NAAEE Conference in Tucson. The deadline for 2022 award nominations is August 1.
Deadline: August 1. Do you know of an individual or organization that has accomplished great things in environmental education? You probably do! This is your chance to recognize the wonderful work of incredibly hardworking individuals and organizations for the benefit of the environment.
Would you like to join a group of educators collaborating to create a dynamic, responsive Reggio-Inspired environment for children ages three through five? Are you interested in seeing what happens when young children play in our natural world? Utilizing many mediums like clay, paint, paper, light, and shadow? And are you interested in seeing how we work with children while they play and learn in awe and wonder? Are you interested in seeing removing the four walls and working with children?
We are looking for an enthusiastic, hardworking team member who is interested in learning the ropes at a small nonprofit and stepping into a leadership role. The education and outreach coordinator leads FOSC’s environmental education program, developing local youth environmental stewards and advocates. This position maintains and builds community connections to engage the lower Sausal Creek watershed community (Fruitvale) in environmental justice and urban greening projects.
The UC Davis Center for Community and Citizen Science (CCCS) seeks an accomplished science education researcher to join a collaborative team working on a large-scale National Science Foundation DRK12-funded research and development project: the Youth Community Action and Science in Our Forests (“Our Forests”) project.
In this eeBLUE Watershed Chronicles blog post, Lilly Meighan, education and outreach coordinator of Lynchburg Water Resources, shares how students experienced and learned about their direct connection to the environment and took steps to care for it.
Get certified as an environmental educator in California and take your career to the next level! Applications are now open for the 2022-2023 year program, which runs August-June. It’s a fantastic opportunity to advance your career, increase your skills, and gain valuable connections with other EE professionals. Designed to support working professionals and aligned with NAAEE's Guidelines for Excellence. Learn more and apply at www.aeoe.org/EECP
Are you making the case for outdoor, nature-based learning with funders and decision-makers? Join the Natural Start Alliance, National Wildlife Federation's Early Childhood Health Outdoors (ECHO), and members of the Seven November team to hear about the findings from a comprehensive messaging analysis initiative around early childhood education.
In the June issue of eeBLUE Watershed Chronicles, Emily Flaherty, School to Sea Director of Salem Sound Coastwatch, reflects on the power of "sneaky learning" and hands-on experiences in watershed STEM.
With the support of the CEE-Change Fellowship, the Cedar Tree Foundation, and ee360, Cepow Cameroon has successfully promoted environmental education in schools. This initiative has started Eco-Clubs, engaged in tree planting and games, and educated youth on using locally collected plastic waste to create sustainable materials.
Introducing Outdoor Learning is a four-part webinar series hosted by Big Green, EcoRise, Green Schoolyards America, Out Teach, and FreshFarm Foodprints with appearances from the US Department of Education. In Part 4 join us to dive into instilling equity and environmental justice into outdoor education with EcoRise.