West Virginia Environmental Education Association (WVEEA)
WVEEA is a group of Educators, non-profit organizations and associations, teachers, government personnel, and citizens who share an appreciation of the benefits of environmental education for West Virginia's students.
WVEEA is hosting an Environmental Educator "meeting of the minds" on March 18, 2016 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the NYSF Center for STEM Education (formerly Canaan Valley Institute), 494 Riverstone Rd, Davis WV 26260. This free, one-day event will include an introductions to the national Eco-Schools program, a discussion of environmental education requirements in Next Gen Science Standards, and how WVEEA can help teachers meet those standards. Also, networking and information sharing and the annual WVEEA business meeting.
The Governor’s STEM Initiative and the West Virginia Department of Education and the Arts are pleased to announce the Governor’s STEM Initiative Mini-Grant Program.
This mini-grant program supports STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Match) education projects and programs throughout West Virginia that serve the PreK-12th grade student population and encourages educators (in both school and outside of school settings) to integrate STEM disciplines in their curriculum and educational programming.
Through this grant program, applicants may request up to $3,000.00 to implement or expand a STEM education project or program. All applications must be postmarked by January 30, 2016. The application is here.
OUR GOAL is to keep WV Environmental Education professionals and teachers connected with each other across the state.
Contact one of the people below and say you'd like to join WVEEA! We'd love to get you working with others in the state.
Kim Maxwell, Project WET, email@example.com
Ellen Murphy, Potomac Valley Audubon Society, Ellen@PotomacAudubon.org
Vicki Fenwick-Judy, The Mountain Institute, firstname.lastname@example.orgSara Prior, WVDEP, email@example.com
Alyssa Hanna, Canaan Valley Institute, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kellee Waddell, The Mountain Institute, email@example.com
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