NEW: The Green School Alliance is seeking 2 additional Faculty Fellows

Become a “U.S. Green School Fellow” and gain extraordinary insight and training through the nation’s premier week-long environmental leadership training program at the state-of-the-art National Conservation Training Center of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), in Shepherdstown, WV, just outside DC.

This opportunity is made available in conjunction with the 2013 Student Climate & Conservation Congress (Sc3). Apply here:

The Green Schools Alliance (GSA) is accepting applications and nominations from those who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in their schools or communities. Coordinated by Green Schools Alliance and the US FWS. images

Train in advanced Open Space Technology (OST) methodology taught by U.S. FWS and other OST Experts. Participate for FREE from June 23-29, 2013.  Learn from world-renown speakers. Join Faculty and Students from across the U.S. Apply NOW for this unparalleled opportunity.


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2 Responses to NEW: The Green School Alliance is seeking 2 additional Faculty Fellows

  1. Pingback: Greenschool, Bali, Indonesia - the greenest school on Earth

  2. olsond6 says:

    Reblogged this on CSH Greenwich Middle School Faculty Blog and commented:
    This sounds like a great opportunity.

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