The North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE), in conjunction with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, is sponsoring its environmental education (EE) video contest for high school and college undergraduate students.
The focus of the contest is to showcase environmental education heroes – people who can inspire students to chart a career path in environmental education and harness their own power to improve the world.
Four winners (two from the high school level and two from the college undergraduate level) will receive an iPad3, and their video will be featured on NAAEE’s website and at the NAAEE annual conference in October.
Entries will be in the form of video profiles of educators discussing what they do and how they found their path to help educate and empower others to value and protect our planet.
Winning profiles will reflect people from diverse backgrounds, genders, ethnicities, communities and in a wide variety of EE related career fields. The deadline to submit material is July 31.
For more information, go to www.naaee.net/careervideocontest.