New Hampshire Environmental Educators will present its 40th annual conference on Saturday, April 13 from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, NH. Growing IDEAs in Environmental Education: Inclusive, Diverse, Equitable, Accessible will provide an opportunity for environmental educators of all kinds to learn together about reaching a broader audience with our work.
New Hampshire Environmental Educators (NHEE) is seeking nominations for its annual award recognizing New Hampshire’s outstanding environmental educators.
Saturday, June 1
9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Based on Joanna Macy’s groundbreaking book, The Work That Reconnects, this introductory workshop will help you stay engaged in working toward a better world. You’ll have the opportunity to share deeply, listen actively, find joy, take risks, create safe space, and collaborate with others that care for our world. If you feel despair for our world but love this life, then this work is for you. Come with your lunch packed and your heart open. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Harris Center for Conservation Education.
Please join us for the April installment of NAAEE's monthly webinar series and next edition of our eeINSPIRE webinar series, presented in partnership with the US Forest Service. Featuring Nicole Ardoin (Stanford University) and Judy Braus (NAAEE), we'll take a deep dive into NAAEE’s Toolkit for Engaging People in Conservation Action, discussing how to plan a conservation education program, inspire a conservation ethic, and increase the impact of behavior change efforts.
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Early Childcare Supervisor/Lead Teacher
The Town of Kittery has an immediate opening for an Early Childcare Supervisor/Lead Teacher. Office hours are generally Monday through Friday, 7:00am to 3:30pm. The pay rate for this non-exempt union position is $19.78 per hour. This position is eligible for medical, dental, vision, healthcare and dependent care flexible spending accounts, life insurance, short-term disability and retirement plan benefits.
NHEE co-hosts NAAEE's monthly webinar series. Please join us on Thursday, February 21 from 3:00-4:30 pm EST for the next installment! We will hear about exploring real world data from Resource Watch in classrooms and beyond with Corey Filiaut of World Resources Institute. Register now and we'll send you the recording if you're not able to make it!
The Gulf of Maine Marine Education Association (GOMMEA) is proud to host the
National Marine Educators Association (NMEA) Annual Conference, July 21-25, 2019 at
the University of New Hampshire campus in Durham, NH. This year’s theme is “Turning
the Tide: Learning from Yesterday, Adapting for Tomorrow."
Our mission is to make known the world of water both fresh and salt, and our annual
conference brings together formal and informal marine educators from around the world
to promote awareness and education of the global marine environment.
These hour-long webinars are on topics of key interest to environmental education professionals in formal and nonformal settings that will help raise the bar on the quality of EE programs, expand the scope and reach of these programs, social movements, and improve the way we communicate about our field.
NHEE cohosts NAAEE's monthly webinar series. These hour-long webinars are on topics of key interest to environmental education professionals in formal and nonformal settings that will help raise the bar on the quality of EE programs, expand the scope and reach of these programs, social movements, and improve the way we communicate about our field.