Gain the confidence to teach about climate change, empower students, and connect to solutions regardless of subject or specialization!  Intended outcomes of the fellowship include:

  • A deeper understanding of the intersection between climate change, social, and economic issues.
  • Confidence and the ability to successfully use student-centered learning strategies, like project-based learning, which increases student engagement and comprehension.
  • Tools and resources to lower emissions in your school community, including connection with and access to funding for resources, field trips, and more!

Fellows meet virtually the first Wednesday of the month (October through April) from 5-7 pm.  Some homework activities are required.

Educators who complete the fellowship requirements (approximately 25 hours) are eligible for a $500 stipend.

Open to K-12 teachers from Allegheny County.