On Saturday I led outreach activities on behalf of the EPA for the Watershed Academy at SEEDS, an urban garden and kitchen classroom in Durham. I led a Project Wet lesson called Sum of the Parts that helps students realize
My internship is part of the Community Outreach and STEM Education Program in the Office of Research and Development at EPA – RTP. My mentor, Kelly Witter, is the director of the program. She leads workshops, camps, and school outreach
The most striking aspect of the KFP Summer Institute was the true embodiment of teacher leadership. The majority of sessions at the Institute were led by the Kenan Steering Committee, a collaborative group of practicing educators spanning the K-12 spectrum.
I applied for the Kenan Fellowship specifically for the opportunity to intern at the EPA. My passion as an educator is teaching social justice, and the fellowship at the EPA seemed to be a way to combine that passion with
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