Welcome to Isabel Argoti - Every Kid in a Park Fellow!
OAK is pleased to introduce you to Isabel Argoti, a new Fellow housed with the National Park Service in partnership with OAK and Conservation Legacy to help advance the Every Kid in a Park program to get fourth graders outdoors! "After graduating from the University of Virginia in 2016, I interned with the National Park Service in Colorado focused on communications and urban outreach. Since finishing up and moving back home, I am happy to rejoin NPS as the Every Kid in a Park and OAK Community Assistance Fellow. Originally born in Ecuador, I grew up and live in Montgomery County, Maryland. I have a passion for youth and education being a first generation college student myself. With the park service, I hope to reach more underrepresented audiences through my local connections and expand the outreach both NPS and OAK has to offer." Isabel can be reached at email@example.com. Welcome Isabel - we are glad to have you on our team!
Kids to Parks Day National School Contest
Kids to Parks Day is a nationwide grassroots movement to celebrate America's parks and public lands. The National Park Trust is hosting the Kids to Parks Day National School Contest to help educators engage and empower their students to create and plan their own park experience! This national contest is open to all Title 1 schools and other school groups. Scholarships of up to $1,000 will be awarded to winning entries! Apply today!
Children & Nature Network International Conference
Registration is open for the 2017 Children & Nature Network International Conference and Summit in Vancouver, BC, Canada, April 18-21, 2017. Register today! Apply by February 28th to be entered to win free tickets to tour the Vancouver Aquarium!