Wind Wise: Wind Energy Training for Providers Serving High School Aged Youth

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This Friday, the Boston Youth Environmental Network is hosting Susan Reyes from Wind Wise to provide a training for educators and youth workers working with high school aged youth. Trainees will learn about basic wind energy concepts and practice designing and building wind turbines. All participants will receive a complimentary wind turbine to take back and use in their programs.
There is more information about this training, part of the BYEN Program Manager Workshop Series below. To R.S.V.P. or for more information, contact Helen Christou at hchristou@environetwork.org or (617) 345-5322 ext. 110.

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Wind Energy Training for Providers Serving High School Aged Youth

Program Manager Workshop Series – Wind Wise: Wind Energy Training for Providers Serving High School Aged Youth

Date: March 8, 2013

Time: 10:00am – 1:30pm
Location: Egleston Square Youth Center
3134 Washington St.
Roxbury, MA 02130
Trainer: Susan Reyes
This wind science workshop will share hands-on activities, ideas, and lesson plans for providers working with high school aged youth. Participants will receive the tools, resources, and knowledge needed to successfully implement wind power concepts in their programs. The activities and lessons will be based on the WindWise educational curriculum.
All workshop participants will receive a hands-on wind turbine kit.
To R.S.V.P., please fill out the registration form here.

The Boston Youth Environmental Network, an initiative of Boston After School & Beyond, is comprised of organizations dedicated to advancing environmental literacy and stewardship. We speak with a single voice to inform policy. We work together to develop relationships, strategies, opportunities, and resources by partnering with and informing teachers, families, children, policy makers and each other.
89 South Street, Suite 601, Boston, MA 02111 t. 617-345-5322 x110 f. 617-812-4693
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