The Institute runs from July 10 – July 12. The scholarship application is due Friday, June 23.
Happy Earth Day. Here’s something to add to your calendar. RSVP by Friday, May 12.
Looking for new and meaningful ways to do field-based science education in New York City? This underwater robotics program will get you started. Register by March 31.
Explore grants and apply by April 1.
Learn about the variety of plants we have both indoors and outdoors, plant parts and their vital functions. Workshop for 4,5 and 6 grade teachers.
Learn about the variety of plants we have both indoors and outdoors, plant parts and their vital functions, and how inquiry can help young learners discover their local environment.
participate in this professional learning to engage in the story of how DNA analysis can identify if a food has been genetically modified. Deadline to apply, Friday, April 21
Register by Monday, January 30.
Going green at your school? Apply for a sustainability project grant of up to $10,000.
Gain first-hand knowledge from practitioners, and acquire free resources from non-profit partners, and opportunities to network at this day-long training on energy conservation, recycling, school gardening, and environmental education.
Work closely with students to make real environmental changes at your school, and get involved in the DOE’s many sustainability initiatives including Zero Waste Schools, Environmental Literacy, and energy conservation.