The Director of Global Education will lead all domestic and international initiatives to advance global climate and environmental literacy, including promoting EARTHDAY.ORG’s (EDO) leadership and expertise in the field, advancing global and national policy and commitments on climate and environmental literacy, and connecting climate and environmental literacy to civic engagement. The Director will be responsible for achieving strategic global and country specific partnerships, relationships with international and country organizations, national and local government entities, and grassroots movement building.
Earth Day Network’s newly revised Teach-in Toolkit in celebration of the 50th anniversary provides a history of teach-ins, new digital teach-in tools, steps for hosting a teach-in event, and ideas for how to bring new environmental knowledge into community-based civic action.
April 22nd, 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Earth Day Network interns will be vital in preparing for this event, while working toward solving climate change, ending plastic pollution and protecting endangered species — all while activating the environmental movement across the globe.
Presented by: Tracey Ritchie, Director of Education, Earth Day Network
May 29, 2019 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. EST
Fifty years after the first Earth Day, it’s time to re-imagine what we can collectively do for our global environment with activities and events. Join us to learn how you can get involved!
The theme for Earth Day 2019 is Protect Our Species. This Toolkit is a web-based, cross-disciplinary resource that includes a range of lesson plans and educational activities focused on the issue of Biodiversity.
EDN is looking for qualified candidates with a strong interest and knowledge in current environmental issues and to play a vital role in the follow through of Earth Day’s 2019 Protect Our Species Campaign, the planning and implementation of Earth Day 2020 (Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary!!), and all year-round programming. Interns will work closely with EDN’s staff to gain experience by attending meetings, writing blogs, performing research, and assisting in grassroots outreach.
EDN is looking for qualified candidates with a strong interest and knowledge in current environmental issues and to play a vital role in the planning and implementation of Earth Day 2019, Earth Day 2020 (Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary!!), and all year-round programming.
Earth Day Network is seeking an Education Coordinator who can help us expand the global reach of our strong education programs to increase environmental and climate literacy worldwide and who can focus on our 2020 campaign to mobilize 500 million students worldwide for our 50th anniversary.
We are seeking an organized professional, a highly motivated person who cares deeply about environmental issues, and an educator who has experience in both formal and non-formal environmental education.
EDN seeks a full-time Communication Director to serve as an integral member of the management team. EDN manages Earth Day initiatives worldwide as well as works year-round on environmental policy and other campaigns and programs. EDN is preparing for Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary in 2020. The Communication Director will be responsible for the development and execution of EDN’s communication strategy for our year-round programs, Earth Day 2019, and for our 50th anniversary.