Prescott College Will Host the 2019 Association of Arizona Environmental Educator Conference, September 12 - 14, 2019

New Affordability Scholarship to support broad and diverse participation
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This year’s AAEE conference will be held September 12th-14th on the Prescott College campus, located in Prescott, Arizona. Dr. Centáe Richards, Associate Dean of Education and Professional Preparation at Prescott College will keynote this year’s conference. Formal, non-formal and non-traditional educators, as well as anyone with an interest in environmental education are encouraged to attend. Full conference registration includes pre-conference workshops, plenary and breakout sessions, a field trip and all meals. Multiple registration options are available. 

As one of the 56 Affiliates within the Affiliate Network of the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE), the Arizona Association for Environmental Education (AAEE) supports formal, non-formal and non-traditional educators providing programming and content to a wide variety of citizens of all ages, through professional development, certification and training, and advocacy for state and federal resources. AAEE’s mission is to Educate, Inspire, and Empower one another to actively and responsibly engage in our communities ecologically, socially, and civically. Learn more, visit: arizonaee.org.

To support Environmental Educators in Arizona, Prescott College is offering a limited number of scholarships to offset conference registration fees. The scholarships support those with limited resources who may not be able to attend the conference without assistance. These scholarships are intended to help diversify participation in the conference and ensure inclusivity in our community.

Applicants can include environmental education professionals, K–12 classroom teachers and administrators, master volunteers (Naturalists and Gardeners), college/university faculty working full time in environmental education or a closely related field, and members of underrepresented audiences in the field of Environmental Education.

The scholarship provides $75 off of the conference registration fee. The deadline for scholarship applications is August 3, 2019.  Applicants will be notified by August 8th, in time to register by the early-bird deadline of August 15.

For instructions on how to register for the event and apply for the scholarship, visit: https://www.arizonaee.org/event/2019-aaee-conference/