NOAA’s Climate Stewards Education Project, What It Is and How You Can Join

December 05, 2014 by Julie Walker

Do you want to:
·      learn more about climate science?
·      become part of a science learning community?
·      join other educators who are supporting climate resilience?

Then you should become a NOAA Climate Steward!

NOAA’s Climate Steward Education Project (CSEP) provides formal and informal educators with sustained professional development, collaborative tools, and support to build a climate-literate public that is actively engaged in climate stewardship. CSEP also provides support for educators to execute climate stewardship (mitigation or adaptation) projects to increase understanding of climate science, and practical actions to reduce the impact of climate change. The project is part of NOAA’s portfolio of activities to strengthen ocean, climate, and atmospheric science education. There are two levels of involvement.

Level I.  If you are only interested professional development opportunities in climate science and have no interest in doing a stewardship project.
Level II. If you are interested in professional development opportunities and:

Mini-grant funding up to $2000.00 to develop and implement a climate stewardship project.
Travel stipends/reimbursements to attend and present at regional workshops &/or national conferences
Special professional development opportunities
CSEP contests with monetary and educational resource prizes
Find out more about NOAA’s Climate Stewards Education Project and what it has to offer you at this informational webinar.

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