Date: April 6, 8, 13, 27 4:00-6:00 PM
Hosted by: The Northeast Climate Change Education Collaborative
Intended Audience: Classroom and Informal educators, or other professionals
Cost: $120 per person, scholarships available
The Northeast Climate Change Education Collaborative is offering a pilot virtual professional learning program this spring! Please consider joining us for: "How to Talk about Climate Change and Climate Justice in New England"
This pilot program is for small teams of 'informal' educators working together; it will run through the month of April and will include synchronous group meeting times and asynchronous work for each team to advance their goals.
To ensure effective participation and discussion we have limited the number of participants to 20 for this first pilot program. I hope you will consider participating and learning with us!
Thanks to College of the Atlantic; Audubon Vermont; UVM Watershed Alliance & Lake Champlain SeaGrant; Hubbard Brook Research Foundation; Mass Audubon & Shelburne Farms for collaborating, planning and implementing this new offering!
Click here to learn more or apply. Applications must be received by February 26th to let us know you are interested and we will notify all participants of their standing in early March. Contact Kerri McAllister with questions at email@example.com
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