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CEG245: Capacity Building & Civic Action in Environmental Education

This course has three prerequisites and is designed to highlight Key Characteristics 4 and 5 in NAAEE’s Community Engagement Guidelines. Explore how EE can support capacity building for ongoing civic engagement in community life and the long-term commitment required to do so.

CEG245: Capacity Building & Civic Action in Environmental Education
CEG245: Capacity Building & Civic Action in Environmental Education

Time & Location

Mar 04, 2024, 5:00 PM

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About the Event

CEG245: Capacity Building & Civic Action in Environmental Education

This course has three prerequisites* and is designed to highlight Key Characteristics 4 and 5 in NAAEE’s Community Engagement Guidelines. Participants will explore how environmental education can support capacity building for ongoing civic engagement in community life and the long-term commitment required to do so. This course builds on the knowledge and skills gained throughout CEG210, CEG211, and CEG220. View the syllabus here. 

*If you're interested in this course but have not completed the prerequisites, we hope you will plan to join us for the next Green Community Leader cohort in August 2024!

Pre-requisites:

  • CEG210: Environmental Education in Your Community
  • CEG211: Building Relationships for Community EE
  • CEG220: Sound Environmental Education Principles

Required Course of the Green Community Leader eeCredential

COST:

KAEE Member Rate: $129

Non-Member Rate: $149

Ultimately, pay what you can. During checkout, enter the dollar amount that works best for you.

We offer this registration option as an intentional effort of class solidarity to ensure professional learning is accessible to all.

What is Class Solidarity? Class refers to where you fit into the world regarding finances (for example, poor, working class, middle class, wealthy). If you are registering and your organization is paying for your participation, please enter the member/non-member rate, unless this will also be a barrier for your organization (such as a grassroots nonprofit). If you or your organization can pay the full cost, you will be taking an action of solidarity and making KAEE's professional learning opportunities more accessible for people who cannot afford to pay as much. No matter what you pay for the eeCourses, there is no judgment. Pay what you can but most importantly: join us! We are so excited to be a part of your professional learning journey.

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    Sale ends: Mar 04, 5:00 PM

    Cost should not be a barrier when continuing your education. Our courses generally cost $149 for non-members, but we invite you to pay what you can and learn with us!

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