Open to: 4-8 Grade Classroom or Cluster Teachers
Opportunity at a Glance: Teams of two teachers, apply for the Race Against Waste program. This collaboration between Service in Schools & DOE Sustainability is designed to support teachers in leading students through an investigation of waste in their community and developing a service-learning project that focuses on reducing and/or reusing fabric, food, or plastic waste. Participants will hold 8 to 10 weekly after-school or classroom sessions with students from Jan-May 2023.
NOTE: Teacher pairs are expected to participate in two full-day in-person professional learning sessions and two after-school 60-minute virtual professional learning sessions.
- Two full-day in-person professional learning sessions: Tuesday January 10 and Wednesday February 15
- Two virtual sessions: Tuesday March 7 and Thursday May 16
- Weekly meetings with your class or afterschool group
Location: Office of Sustainability (44-36 Vernon Blvd, LIC QN 11101) & Paley Center for Media (25 W 52nd St, NY, NY 10019)
Registration deadline: Monday November 21
Take action: Learn more and apply here
For more information: ServiceinSchools@schools.nyc.gov