Environmental Alternative Spring Break (EASB) is a program associated with the UW Pipeline Project, an organization committed to promoting educational equity and serving underserved K-12 students through tutoring and mentorship. UW students who apply and are accepted into EASB would build their own environmental curriculum during a 3-credit Winter quarter seminar (T/TH: 4:30-5:50), and teach it in a rural or tribal school in Washington over Spring Break (March 24-29). In the Winter seminar, participants learn strategies for building curricula, managing a classroom, and teaching with equity in mind. Over Spring Break, participants live with their team at their program site. All lodging, food, and transportation costs will be covered by our sponsors. No teaching or specific subject area experience is required to apply!
If you have any questions about EASB, you may contact the facilitators at firstname.lastname@example.org. There is also an info session coming up on Thursday, November 8th, at 5:30 in Mary Gates 171.