Green Schools Student Leaders with Governor Patrick at MA STEM Summit!
Green Schools Interviews Secretary Richard K. Sullivan at The Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs
Green Schools 5th Annual Green Difference Awards
With Commissioner Sylvia & EPA Administrator, Curt Spalding at the 7th Annual Green Schools Summit at EPA New England
Green Schools National Network Advisory Board
Had a Great Time at PA on Student Sustainability Leadership Day!
Green Schools National Conference-Student Summit Outdoor Learning
Green Schools and Lt. Governor, Tim Murray, present the 1st STEM in Education Green Difference Award at The MA Green Schools Summit
eSTEM Breakout Session at The 2nd White House Women & Environment Summit
1st Class of NGSS [National Green Schools Society] Graduates-2013
“My interest in technology and my ardent passion for creating has been growing ever since I was a child. When my parents purchased my 1st set of LEGO’s I spent the majority of my free time constructing a variety of creations. At the age of seven, I received a spot in the LEGO catalog for my creation of an airplane…. This was no ordinary airplane. I used an old toothbrush motor and a battery, and incorporated it into the LEGO airplane. The motor powered a small propeller and this aspect made the airplane much more interesting to me. Later on, in high school I decided to pursue classes like Engineering and Technology, Physics, and AP Calculus, as well as work with STEM-related organizations such as Green Schools. By the end on my junior year I noticed that a majority of my interests pointed towards STEM subjects, and at the start of senior year I decided that I would most enjoy the fields of Technology and Computer Science. This is when I decided that pursuing STEM studies in college would be an ideal choice for me.
Green Schools was recently Awarded Outstanding Service to Environmental Education Organization-Regional Category by NAAEE at the 42nd NAAEE Conference in Baltimore, MD
Green Schools was recognized as a leading 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization organized for Environmental Education [EE] & Environmental Literacy purposes that provide a number of Hands-on, Environmental Education/STEM-based programs and resources to help students, schools [K-16], and communities make The Green Difference!
This past year, Green Schools directly impacted more than 200,000 K-16 students, teachers, schools, and community members. Green Schools is a nationally recognized EE Leader when it comes to advancing Environmental Education in Schools, as well as developing Environmentally Literate Students [K-12] across the Commonwealth, our Region, and our Nation.
In addition, Andrew is currently working on the following projects at Susquehanna University and he hopes to be of service to our Ambassadors.
Join Green Schools at Tufts Institute of the Environment Lunch & Learn on Thu, October 17, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm, Rabb Room
Tisch College, Lincoln Filene Center, Tufts University, Medford Campus
Learn the recipe for success when developing Environmentally Literacy Skills for the 21st Century! This workshop showcases
multiple Environmental Education strategies for the College Student & Teacher/Informal Educator. Learn how to deliver best
practices when it comes to experiential education in Environmental Education through service learning opportunities that
truly engage in innovation and sustainable outcomes.