Climate Resiliency Fellowship


Climate Resiliency Fellowship

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The Climate Resiliency Fellowship is a year-long professional learning opportunity for teachers in the northeast committed to learning, teaching, and taking action for the climate through interdisciplinary and place-based approaches. This program begins August 13–15, 2024 in Shelburne, VT. 

What to Expect

  • Strengthen your confidence in teaching about climate change through research-based instructional practices 
  • Develop skills for building youth voice and for working in partnership with students for climate solutions
  • Center relationships across diverse groups in your community as a source of strength and creativity in planning for climate action
  • Professional learning rooted in right relationship to land, community, and self
  • Space to nourish well-being, hope, and justice within climate change education

The Details

  • The fellowship is offered at no cost to participants. Three graduate credits are available through Vermont State University for an additional fee.
  • Educators working with students in any discipline in grades 6–12 are welcome to apply. A background in climate science or climate change education is not required.
  • You'll have ample space and opportunities for personalized learning and professional networking.

Learn more and apply here