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The Worldwide Web of EcoCareers: A resource for job seekers

If you’re anything like me, you’ve scoured the internet hundreds ー if not thousands ー of times looking for green jobs in your field. You’ve bookmarked a few specialty job …

3 Ways the Eco-Schools USA Program Creates Student Leaders

Ten years and over 3 million students! Those are the latest impact numbers from Eco-Schools USA, a global program hosted by the National Wildlife Federation. The program has provided place-based learning …

Earth Tomorrow: Participants Keep Coming Back!

It says a lot about the value of a program when – even after graduating – alumni keep coming back every year. For eighteen years, the National Wildlife Federation’s Earth …

Eco-Schools USA September Newsletter

I like a teacher who gives you something to take home to think about besides homework. ~Lily Tomlin According to the National Center for Education Statistics, this school year 50.8 …

Bringing Nature Play to West Baltimore

Meet NWF’s New Class of EcoLeader Graduate Student Research Fellows

The Importance of Birds – And How A Video Game…

Eco-Schools August Newsletter

Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood. ~Mister Rogers …

Focus on Local Green Career Preparedness: 2019 Symposium Recap

On Wednesday July 17, 2019, the National Wildlife Federation hosted a symposium of secondary and post-secondary educators, nonprofits, and employers to examine the intersection of career preparedness and green workforce …

Creating Conservation Stewards: 5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Outdoor Field Trip

Rain. It’s not something most teachers hope for when planning a class gardening trip. But that’s exactly what I got this past spring when I took my kindergartners to plant wildflowers for pollinators at Jamaica Bay Wildlife …

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