Earthwatch is looking for teachers who are passionate about teaching, excited about making a difference with their time and talents, and interested in conservation, environmental sustainability, and lifelong learning.
By engaging teachers, Earthwatch strives to inspire and build a future generation of leaders who value the environment and prioritize it in their everyday choices.
When teachers return from the field, they share their experiences with students, colleagues, family, and friends through stories, lessons, and community action. Fellows truly embody the Earthwatch mission and are critical to our success.
Take a peek below at our educator programs around the world.
VIDEO: The Teach Earth Program engages educators who in turn inspire a new generation of environmental leaders.
Earthwatch teacher fellowships are available for teachers who are passionate about teaching and interested in conservation, environmental sustainability, and lifelong learning.
Professional development to train andempower teachers from US schools to improve science and environmental education in the classroom.
Training for teachers from US schoolsto lead their high school students on anEarthwatch expedition over the summer or spring break.
Teachers from the UK transform theforest into their classroom on thisclimate change research projectin Oxfordshire.
Australian teachers take on aninnovative method of teaching byreporting what they’re learning directlyto their students from the field.