Environmental Education for the Next Generation (EENG) at UCSB

Environmental Education for the Next Generation (EENG) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded by undergraduate students at the University of California, Santa Barbara. We train and place teams of college-aged volunteers into 1st and 2nd grade classrooms for weekly lessons that spread environmental awareness to our youth. Our program features:

  • Interactive activities and experiments that foster critical thinking about the world we live in.
  • Youth-to-youth mentorship and encouragement that bring education to life and empower young people to make a positive impact on their surroundings.
  • Unique curriculum that aligns closely with California’s Education Standards, serving to enhance existing classroom activities.
  • Dynamic structure designed to meet the diverse scheduling and curricular needs of our teachers. We are happy to adjust lessons as needed, ensuring our program is as enriching as possible in any class setting.

For more information visit http://www.eengonline.org/ or join us on Facebook.

For more information contact the EENG Team at info@eengonline.org

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  1. I am the General Coordinator of the CAMEROON ASSOCIATION OF ACTIVE YOUTHS (CAMAAY), a community and youth empowerment organization in Cameroon. Your organization was recommended as a potentially significant opportunity for partnership.
    The goal of our Association is to build a spirit of participation in self and community development within the rural and urban populations.
    We focus on reducing poverty, disease, ignorance, crime, drug use, promote peace, social stability, literacy and education. The core values of CAMAAY are as follows:
    – Expression of the humanitarian obligations to exercise charity and
    to promote social justice.
    – Development as an empowerment process, focusing on people’s
    participation and the creation of autonomous groups and individuals.
    – Commitment to non-authoritarian structures and to democratic
    decision making processes within the organization.
    – Work to eliminate rural poverty by providing direct assistance of
    any nature to community stakeholders.
    – Youth and children participation as a prerequisite for sustainable
    development.
    We desire to work collectively to create innovative approaches and solutions to bring about changes that are needed for the betterment of all of our people.
    We believe that collaborative efforts can enhance positive changes from a broad spectrum of areas. Inter-organizational cooperation, exchange of best practices, research, expertise and resources is vital for the development of Cameroon. Our organization can diligently embark on that if partnered with your organization.
    We hope you will journey with us in helping improve the lives of women, children, youth and the communities in Cameroon. Feel free to visit our website at http://www.connectingcamaaysap.wordpress.com for more information.
    We hereby propose and emphasis the importance for you to partner with us and strongly believe that you will deem it essential to work with us. We shall be looking forward to your favorable response, at your convenience Best regards.patrick chung.

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