Volunteers from the Eastside Audubon Youth Education Committee work with children of all ages in a variety of settings: schools, nature centers, parks, camps, festivals, and fairs.
The Youth Education Committee offers a variety of student workshops. All presentations are interactive, hands-on and can be adapted to the needs of students. They support the Washington State Core Competencies. To inquire about a classroom workshop or to borrow the Bird Discovery Box, please phone the Eastside Audubon office at 425-576-8805, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bird Discovery Box for K–12 Teachers
Teachers may borrow the Bird Discovery Box, which contains lesson plans and the materials needed to teach them.
Family Birding Walks
At various times throughout the year, we take families on leisurely walks, stopping to explore any natural object that captures the fancy of our participants — young and old.
Brian Gershon College Scholarship for High School Seniors
Amy McQuade Camp Scholarship
Eastside Audubon offers four scholarships to the Ground to Sound STEM Challenge Camp.
Campers conduct field studies to learn how saving Puget Sound starts in the woods, waters, and trails surrounding the Center while working with their teams to learn about the natural environment. Contact: Registrar: Marie Hartford: email@example.com.
The camp is sponsored by Friends of the Hidden River and the Russel Family Foundation with the goal of "campers becoming stewards of the Sound through positive action for our local commuinity."
Len Steiner Grant Fund for K-12 Teachers
The Youth Education Committee annually awards grants to teachers from schools with significant low-income populations. Funds are for the purchase of non-consumable materials for a unit geared toward science or the environment. Funds are awarded at the discretion of the committee. There is no application.
Youth Education Committee Membership
We welcome any EAS member who has an interest in sharing nature with young people. Learn more