An international environmental non-profit that brings individuals together with world-class scientists to work for the good of the planet. Earthwatch offers fellowships for teachers who are passionate about teaching, excited about making a difference, and interested in conservation, environmental sustainability and life-long learning.
In partnership with Earthwatch Institute, REEF sent 2 teachers on scientific research expeditions around the globe in 2018. Since 2007, a total of 52 teachers have returned to enrich our classrooms and community with their experiences.
Teach Earth Program Overview Apply for Teach Earth Fellowship Teach Earth 2023 Flyer
Complete your online application by January 13, 2023.
REEF/Earthwatch Fellows for 2017 & 2018
Riverside Educational Enrichment Foundation is proud to introduce the REEF/Earthwatch Fellows for 2018:
Amber Paschinger - Ramona High School - Climate Change at the Arctic's Edge
Julia Salinas - Benjamin Franklin Elementary - Monkeys, Parrots, and other Wildlife in the Forests of Costa Rica
REEF/Earthwatch Fellows for 2017:
Adam Quaal - North High School - Climate Change at the Arctic's Edge
Magali Lopez - North High School - Climate Change and Caterpillars in Ecuador
Kristina Hammond - Woodcrest Elementary - Climate Change and Caterpillars in Ecuador
REEF/Earthwatch Girls in Science for 2017:
Claudia Velazques, Trinity Salazar, Malia Magbual, Nanyori Davis-Arnold, Andrea Vidrio - Ramona High School
Uncovering the Mysteries of Colorado's Pueblo Communities