2021 PAEE Conference Scholarships from Pennsylvania Watershed Education Task Force: Apply by January 1, 2021!
Scholarships equal to the amount of the full conference registration rate and a 1 year membership to PAEE (up to $75) are available for 15 Pennsylvania practicing teachers and/or school administrators to attend the 2021 Pennsylvania Association of Environmental Educators Virtual Conference. Priority will be given to teachers or school administrators that serve Title I schools, marginalized communities, or otherwise work to grow DEI and environmental justice. The conference will take place virtually March 22-23.

Scholarships are available as part of the professional development and outreach initiatives of the NOAA funded (Grant #NA20NMF4570238) Expanding Environmental Literacy and MWEE Implementation Capacity Across Pennsylvania project (https://stroudcenter.org/press/task-force-boosts-environmental-education-stewardship/).

Complete the form below by January 1, 2021 to apply. We plan to notify selected individuals by the end of the second week in January.

Awardees should register for the conference ASAP.

Questions? Contact PAEE Administrative Coordinator Stacey Widenhofer at stacey@paee.net.
Confirm email address *
Applicant's name *
Position title *
PA School District *
School Name *
County *
Local Watershed *
Names of classes taught or supervised *
Grade levels taught or supervised *
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Have you attended the PAEE Conference in the past? If yes, which year(s)?
Did you submit a proposal to be a presenter at the 2021 PAEE Conference?
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Why should you be awarded a scholarship to attend the 2021 PAEE Conference? How will attending the conference impact your teaching or the teaching at your school(s) of environmental education in general and watershed education specifically? (250 words or less) *
How did you learn about this scholarship?
How did you learn about the PAEE Conference?
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