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.
We present a variety of student workshops. All presentations are interactive, hands-on and can be adapted to the needs of students. They support the Essential Academic Learning Requirements of Washington State.
To inquire about a classroom workshop, please phone the Eastside Audubon office at 425-576-8805.
Teachers may borrow the Bird Discovery Box, which contains lesson plans and the materials needed to teach them.
Len Steiner Grant Fund for K-12 Teachers
For elementary, middle and high school teachers for environmental/science projects in the classroom. Application.
Brian Gershon Scholarship Fund for High School Seniors
For high school seniors who have demonstrated a keen interest in the environment/science. Application.
Amy McQuade Camp Scholarship
For low-income, middle-school students to attend science/environmental summer camps. To obtain an application, please contact your school counselor or science teacher or email firstname.lastname@example.org.