Student and teacher centered environmental education and development. These programs are available in Alaska, Hawaii and the Rockies through Earth Explore Foundation.
Ecology Project International offers five programs in four virtually important conservation regions: Costa Rica where the focus is on turtles; Mexico -whales and islands; Galopagos- ecology and Yellowstone- wildfire.
SEE Turtles is a non-profit conservation project that helps teachers arrange participatory field trips to volunteer at nesting beaches for the giant leatherback turtle in Costa Rica or help with in-water turtle research studies in Baja, Mexico.
Fund for Teachers provides educators, possessing a broad vision of what it means to teach and learn, the resources needed to pursue self-designed professional learning experiences.Fund for teachers provides Pk-12 teachers with up to $5,000 per $10,000 per team to support professional development activities during summer breaks.
This fellowship program from the Ocean Exploration Trust immerses formal and non-formal educators in the Nautilus Corps of Exploration and empowers them to bring ocean exploration - specifically in the fields of science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM) - to a global audience
Join Steve Spangler for a once in a lifetime experience as you explore Alaska’s inside passage. The Science at Sea experience sets sail from Vancouver on a journey to Juneau, Glacier Bay, Skagway, and Ketchikan. It includes customized excursions, on-board lectures and access to award-winning naturalists.