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.
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