December 19, 2017

Train-the-Trainer

Earth Force offers Train-the-Trainer workshops to environmental nonprofits, government agencies, school districts, and others working with formal and informal educators. Our three-day workshops provide extensive training in action civics, environmental investigation, student-led learning, and the Community Action and Problem Solving Process.

Participants can expect to:

  • Learn the critical skills necessary for supporting community organizations and educators in integrating student-led civic action into their educational experiences
  • Develop an implementation plan that can be put into action following the training
  • Receiving on-going support from Earth Force networks and staff

Upcoming Workshops:

2020 Environmental Action Conference
July 13-15, 2020
Chicago, IL

COVID-19 Update: We are still planning to hold the 2020 EAC.  All registrations will be refundable if the conference is cancelled.  Please contact us if you have additional questions. 

Join Earth Force to learn how to incorporate student-led civic action into local environmental education programming. This three-day workshop provides hands-on training in action civics and environmental investigation through Earth Force’s Community Action & Problem Solving Process. This powerful six-step Process can enhance project-based learning, cultivate more authentic youth-adult partnerships, and empower students and educators to create meaningful change in their communities. Participants of the Environmental Action Conference will learn the six steps, be introduced to effective tools and resources to implement and train others in the Process, model and practice key activities, and learn about challenges and successes from mentors. Additionally, conference participants will have the opportunity to broaden their peer network and develop a plan for integration and/or facilitation of the Process with ongoing support from Earth Force.

Complete our Interest Form, if you are considering attending.  We will follow up with registration information.

Questions? Please contact Alyssa McConkey