Adult and current Youth Climate Leaders volunteer here to help run this Academy. Students new to our Youth Climate Training program register at: http://bit.ly/CCR-Oct27-2018-Reg-Students.
Very Important: Please read this page for details, along with the follow-up email you will be receiving shortly before the Academy.
All students are welcome--you do not need to have any connection to the host.
Invite the children you know and make sure they register on time!
Location:Pringle Creek Community, Painters Hall3911 Village Center Dr. SE, Salem, OR 97302
Pringle Creek Community, Painters Hall is Oregon’s first net-zero commercial building.
Times for adult volunteers and youth leaders leading the training:8:15am - 3:00pm
Basic outline of the day for volunteers, students, and parents: 8:15am – Volunteers and Youth Leaders arrive and sign-in. Please be on time. 8:45am – Student registration and sign-in opens. 9:00am – Youth Climate Training Begins! *9:00am – Parent Workshop begins (which lasts until about 11:00) 12:45pm – Parents and other Guests are encouraged to arrive at the farm for the student presentations 1:00pm – Student presentations and Graduation! 2:00pm – Academy ends for students and their parents. 3:00pm – Youth leaders and core volunteers are finished with clean-up and packing up cars and so free to go.
Parents of current youth leaders who have not attended a Parents' Meeting during a Training are strongly encouraged to attend the Parents' Meeting.
Parents will be free from about 11:00 to 12:30 and are welcome to volunteer during that time, or leave and return in time for the students' presentation. If you plan to volunteer, please register as a volunteer on our volunteer registration page and note that you are a parent.
Lunch for youth and volunteers is provided.
There are many ways volunteers can help; no special knowledge is required to help, though please share with us any special skills you could contribute to the Training. We can especially use the skills of teachers and retired teachers since they help the group work with students to go smoothly. Please email Pam at: vergun @alumni.stanford.edu with any questions.
At the Youth Climate Training, students learn to inspire Climate Change efforts, teaching one another about Climate Change through making presentations and participating in other activities as Youth Climate Leaders. They learn the science of Climate Change, how to give a Climate presentation, and and how they can engage their communities and make a difference for their future.
Academies are FREE to students grades 4-12, who in addition to the training, receive free lunch and snacks, an Ambassador t-shirt, and the book "Tree By Tree”.
More information can be found at our website: www.ClimateChangeRecovery.org.