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Mentorship Program – October Activity

The Mentorship Program accomplishes WAEE’s mission of networking by linking experienced environmental educators to those who are new in the field. There are no set criteria for being a mentor or mentee. Mentors should be available to answer questions, serve as a reference, or … Continue reading

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Lessons In Leadership: Victoria Rydberg

“I want kids to be thinkers, to consider their actions, and to live consciously. I want them to understand that what they do every day has impacts on people around the world. I use the environment to do this because … Continue reading

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Lessons in Leadership: Sandy Vander Velden

“Too many of us are waiting around for someone else to implement a magic bullet solution.  The change we need and want is going to come down to hard work and having the will and determination to do it.” –Sandy … Continue reading

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WAEE Board of Directors – Who Are They Anyway? {Sandy Vander Velden}

On Fertile Ground: WAEE by Sandy Vander Velden             Just as plants need fertile ground in which to grow, learners grow best in safe and supportive, or fertile, learning environments.  I believe that all students can learn and have the … Continue reading

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Lessons in Leadership: Tory Bahe

“If you have something you want to be more active in or you have a goal in mind, just do it.” – Tory Bahe Recognizing the critical role of leaders in advancing education for environmental literacy and sustainability, The Wisconsin … Continue reading

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