The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is offering several PAID climate change educator fellowships and other opportunities. Keep reading for more details.
Open to current/retired upper elementary, middle, and/or high school classroom or resource teachers on O'ahu, Maui, and Hawai'i island who are passionate about teaching climate change. Click here for more details and to submit a short application. The submission deadline is May 22nd.
Upper elementary, middle or high school Hawai'i educators are invited to a three-day workshop July 13-15. Learn about climate change, how it's impacting Hawai'i, and how we can engage students to take action through place-based activities grounded in Hawaiian perspectives. Click here for more details and to submit a short application.
3. Ocean Guardian Schools The Ocean Guardian School program funds projects focused on a current issue(s) affecting local watersheds and/or the ocean while promoting best environmental practices. Through a school- or community-based project, schools work to make a difference in the health and protection of their local watersheds, ocean and/or special ocean areas like national marine sanctuaries.
Does your school want to protect and conserve its local watersheds, the world's ocean, and special ocean areas like national marine sanctuaries for the future? The Ocean Guardian School program has funding available for Hawai'i students (preK-12th grade) in public, private, and charter schools to carry out hands-on stewardship projects. These projects will address an issue affecting the health of local watersheds and/or the ocean and can be done on the school campus and/or in the local community. Click here for more details and to submit a short application. The application opens on April 1st and closes on June 1st.