Educators Wanted to Participate in Watershed Resilience Education Program
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS - The City of Corpus Christi’s Water Resources Division in partnership with the Texas State Aquarium is looking for applicants to participate in an environmental program aimed to protect the coastal bend watersheds.
The Coastal Bend Watershed Resilience Education (CBWRE) program is recruiting 40 middle school science and high school aquatic science teachers to participate in this training. Registration will take place from Tuesday, November 28 through Wednesday, December 13. Teachers can fill out the application at: https://goo.gl/forms/y2hDXzsBZfnGcS5y2
A grant of $100,000, awarded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), will be used to fund this program. Selected teachers will design and implement five multi-stage environmental activities located throughout the Nueces Bay Watershed.
The City’s Project Manager for Water Resources, and co-principal investigator will support the program with technical expertise as well develop program syllabi, teacher guides and final reports.
For more information contact City Project Manager for Water Resources Larijai Francis at (361) 826-1670 or at LarijaiF@cctexas.com