EPA is excited to announce the application period for the President’s Environmental Youth Award (PEYA) and Presidential Innovation Award for Environmental Educators (PIAEE). Applications are due January 11, 2023. For more information about the open competitions and how to apply to either award, please visit: https://www.epa.gov/newsreleases/epa-calls-applications-2023-presidents-environmental-student-and-teacher-awards.
Date and Time:
Tuesday, November 22, 2022, 9:00am to Wednesday, January 11, 2023, 5:00pm
Explore our online library of free lessons, journal pages, conservation comics, field guides, and activity books for grades K–5. Find dozens of quality printable exercises and resources on forest health, ecology, and plant conservation.
Pokok-Ed is a digital educational simulation of palm oil cultivation in countries such as Indonesia, Malaysia, and Cameroon, designed for classroom use, aimed at ages 12 through 16, though suitable for any age 12+.
Check out a new GEEP case study overviewing the Latin American Marine Educators Network, an integrative and multicultural network that supports and strengthens marine education and ocean literacy in the region.
Dive into the story of an Ohioan partnership linking people and small businesses across the state through education, and follow the yellow perch's journey from source to plate in the latest Harvest Stories.
The 2023 Chesapeake B-WET Funding Opportunity for School District Programming is open. Chesapeake B-WET is a competitive grant program that supports existing, high-quality environmental education programs and fosters the growth of new, innovative programs. It encourages capacity building and partnership development for environmental education programs throughout the entire Chesapeake Bay watershed.
The 2023 Hawaii B-WET Funding Opportunity is now open. The purpose for this financial assistance is to support our communities by developing well-informed members of society involved in decision-making that positively impacts our coastal, marine, and watershed ecosystems in the Hawaiian Islands.
The Samsung Solve for Tomorrow nationwide STEM competition challenges U.S. public school students in grades 6–12 to showcase how STEM can be applied to help improve their local communities. Deadline has been extended to November 29.
Join the Climate and Resilience Education Task Force’s Youth Steering Committee for a virtual youth-led panel with New York City teachers, Climate Education: NY Teachers on the Frontlines on Monday, December 12th, 2022 from 5:00 PM–6:30 PM EST.
The Worldwide Teach-in on Climate and Justice offers weekly professional development webinars on teaching climate for non-experts. This week, we invite you to learn about how K–12 teachers can engage their students on climate change. We will also explore how improving students' writing skills can be vital in empowering their climate advocacy. Finally, we will be sharing information about how to participate in the Worldwide Teach-in on Climate and Justice, set for March 29, 2023.