A conservation education project hosted at a corporate site can be a great way to engage the community, meet educational needs and expand the impact of a corporate conservation program. But what if your site has limited time, funding and staffing available?
Fortunately, there are a myriad of resources available to save time and money when developing an education project. Join us for this free webinar where a panel of three experienced educators and conservation professionals will share advice from their years of developing and implementing conservation education programs. The presenters will discuss how to deal with the challenges of documenting the outcomes of education projects, how to connect students with local conservation professionals and how to engage with local schools to best meet educational needs.
What you’ll learn:
- The benefits of conservation education projects
- Where to find resources and curricula to support conservation education
- How to engage both internal and external participants in a program
Who should take this webinar:
- Existing corporate conservation programs interested in adding an educational project
- New corporate conservation programs that want tips on developing an education project
- Any conservation program with limited resources
- Marc LeFebre, Project WILD Program Manager, Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies
- Sheri Spivey, Community Relations Specialist, CEMEX
- Megan Willig, Program Coordinator, Environmental Education, NEEF