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New York Cooperative Extension Seeks Applicants For Energy Educator

Sharon Anderson, Thursday August 27, 2015

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County has open positions for energy educators on the Environment Team. The deadline for applications is September 9, 2015....Read the full story

Berkshires College Tour, Center Seeking Living Building Challenge Cert

William College, Wednesday June 17, 2015

The Class of 1966 Environmental Center at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, is offering a tour of center for the community at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 24. Indoor and outdoor activities for children will be offered, along with light snacks....Read the full story

Custom Search Gets Educators Most Useful Resources For Teaching Energy

Shawn Reeves, Monday June 01, 2015

Since 2004, has collected and annotated the most useful links for pursuing energy education. A customized search engine at allows educators to limit their search to those useful sites, avoiding so many sites with no recognizable value....Read the full story

Northeast Sustainable Energy Industry Fair Open To Students, Educators

Shawn Reeves, Tuesday May 26, 2015

Energypath consists of a three day pre-conference energy camp and a two day conference. The energy camps are hands-on training in renewable energy technologies such as wind, solar pv, biomass, and micro-hydro. You can attend all or just part of the event to receive the scholarship. A scholarship will cover meals, housing, an energy camp, and the conference....Read the full story

AAAS Needs Your Input On A Green School STEM Curriculum

Shawn Reeves, Monday May 18, 2015

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is asking for your advice about implementing an innovative course for the middle and early high school grades that integrates science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) content around the theme of so-called green schools and energy conservation....Read the full story

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