This week's episode is an interview of Tom Still, president of the Wisconsin Technology Council…
Today’s episode is a Q & A with three guests, Anna Eick, Aileen Palma, and Julie Dauer. Stick along to learn more about their backgrounds and how they have grown in the education field![0:27] Q1 Growing up, what started your environmental interest?
[3:05] Q2 What made you want to pursue an environmental degree?
[7:03] Q3 What was special about working at the ELC, and how did it impact your college experience?
[10:44] Q4 How has working as an environmental educator impacted you, and what lessons did you learn from it?
[16:48] Q5 What do you hope students you have taught have gotten out of environmental education lessons?
[22:20] Q6 How does environmental education play a role in your life today?
[26:46] Q7 What do you hope to see for the future of environmental education?
CSU’s Environmental Learning Center:
“The Colorado State University Environmental Learning Center aims to connect people to nature through high-quality environmental education experiences in and about the environment. As a learning lab within the Warner College of Natural Resources, we train and mentor future leaders in the field and bring the passion and expertise within the college to the outside community.”
Instagram (personal): @aileenback24
Latino Outdoors: https://latinooutdoors.org/
You can also look for different chapters on Facebook and Instagram.
“We inspire, connect, and engage Latino communities in the outdoors and embrace cultura y familia as part of the outdoor narrative, ensuring our history, heritage, and leadership are valued and represented.”
Show notes for this episode here.