From planting trees to changing policy: We can help you make the shift.
A Week of Skill-Building
This course is Earth Force’s signature professional development opportunity for K-12 Educators. Practice Environmental Action Civics this summer to gain the skills to guide student-led environmental civic action – right in your classroom, supplementing your existing curriculum.
This deep dive into practical, actionable strategies focuses on how to build youth-adult partnerships, integrate civic experiences, facilitate student-led projects, connect students to stakeholders, and more.
Plus a Year of Support
By joining the 2022 Cohort of Environmental Action Civics, you’ll gain access to ongoing support throughout the year, opportunities for peer-to-peer feedback, live stakeholder sessions, and implementation funding. And – this course will help to prepare you to help your students to enter Earth Force’s Challenges.
CHOOSE YOUR SESSION
August 1-5, 2022
10-11:30am ET (8AM-10:30 am MT)
- *recommended but not limited to Chesapeake Bay Watershed educators
August 8-12, 2022
5-6:30 MT (7pm-8:30pm ET)
- *recommended but not limited to Colorado/Illinois/Montana educators
Want to come for free? Apply early! The fee is waived for the first 30 registrants.
$250 project stipends are available on a limited basis to Chesapeake Bay Watershed educators (PA, VA, DE, MD, DC, WV).
Our training programs are part of ee360+, an ambitious five-year initiative that supports a diverse cadre of environmental education leaders to increase environmental literacy for everyone, everywhere. NAAEE leads the initiative through a cooperative agreement with U.S. EPA and seven partner organizations including Earth Force.