Walnut Hills High School (WHHS) Environmental Mentorship Program
The mentorship program involves a third semester science project designed to expose students to environmental issues while encouraging environmental stewardship. Students are divided into groups to explore an environmental topic that includes: ENERGY, WATER, LAND and FOOD. Mentors are NOT environmental experts; but resources to share their expertise and guidance on group dynamics, research gathering and presentation skills.

What is the Time Commitment?
• 1 hour per week/6 weeks
• Fridays 7:30-8:20am (1st Bell) OR 8:20-9:15am (2nd Bell)
• on January 11th, 18th, 25th, February 1st, 8th and 15th

What does it entail? 4 classroom project sessions, 1 dress rehearsal and 1 presentation day (1 hour/week). Meet with your student group during the bell of your choice. Work with the students to develop a 5-minute presentation with a solution to a local environmental issue. On the presentation day, the groups will be judged by a collection of corporate, environmental and school officials. We understand mentors may not be able to make every project session and that’s okay.

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