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Earthwatch Expedition Fellowships

Type: Foundations
Source: Earthwatch Institute.
Program: Earthwatch Expedition Fellowships
Eligibility: K-12 classroom educator
Passionate about teaching
Looking to learn more about environmental issues
Excited to collaborate with a team of teachers from around the country for 7 to 14 days during the summer
Committed to engaging your students and the community outside the classroom
Interested in how scientific research is conducted

You are not eligible if you have previously received more than one Earthwatch fellowship or if you received a fellowship last year.
Purpose: As An Educator Fellow, You'll Spend One To Two Weeks On An Earthwatch Expedition Alongside Other Teachers And Develop Your Skills And Understanding Around Environmental Concerns. Research Tasks Vary With Each Project, And You’ll Be Trained On Everything You Need To Know In The Field. The Goal Of Teach Earth Is To Prepare You To Return To Your Community With Greater Understanding And Appreciation Of The Natural World.

Around 50 Teachers Are Typically Selected And Placed In Teams With Other Educators. Every Year, Teach Earth Identifies Projects For Its Program. This Year, Teachers Will Have An Opportunity To Study The Impact Of Climate Change:

In The Cloud Forest Of Ecuador
In The Desert Of Arizona
At The Arctic's Edge In Canada
Deadline: 02-14-2014
Quantity: Unknown
Period: Fellowships
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Information
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mail: fellowshipawards@earthwatch.org
Phone: 1-800-776-0188 ext. 265
Website: Website