The National Audubon Society is looking for Teachers from Diverse Ethnic Backgrounds for this exciting annual program.
WHERE: Hog Island Audubon Camp, Muscongus Bay, Maine
WHEN: JULY 17 - JULY 22, 2016
SCHOLARSHIP: $900 towards $1,095 registration fee (Price includes program, lodging, boat travel, all meals)
Features of Educators' Week:
Interactive workshop: "Increasing Diversity in Environmental Education" led by Chandra Taylor Smith, Ph.D. Vice President, Community Conservation and Education, National Audubon Society.
TO APPLY: E-mail letter of interest and names & contact info. of 2 professional references to Camp Director Pete Salmansohn at firstname.lastname@example.org. Awards given on a rolling basis, so early application is strongly suggested. For details, photos, videos about the camp visit: hogisland.audubon.org.
The mission of the Maine Geographic Alliance is to expand and improve geographic education from Pre-Kindergarten through University by assisting educators with high-quality geographic materials, lessons, and workshops for implementing Maine's learning results.