Join our WMEAC Education Team for a Mentor Training Session for our foremost outdoor education program: Teach for the Watershed (T4W)!
Our T4W program is an interactive, place-based watershed education program that connects middle school students to their local watershed using the tools of science and discovery! Students will engage in hands-on field work to determine the quality of a local stream.
If you are interested in working with students, environmental science, or protecting our water resources here in West Michigan sign up today to become a T4W Mentor!
This program has two components: an in-classroom portion and an outdoor field work portion. This training session is for the field work portion.
The training will be held at two Grand Rapids parks that have access to a stream. Mentors will be outside for the whole duration of the training so please dress appropriately.
We encourage you to dress in outdoor clothing and also bring a water bottle, sunscreen, or insect repellent if you wish. The training session will only be cancelled for severe weather.
To register for a session please email Kyle Hart at T4Watershed@wmeac.org
Read more at WMEAC.org: Teach for the Watershed https://wmeac.org/teachforthewatershed