Are you a forester or geographer? A biologist or mountain guide? A historian or First Nations storyteller? Do you have some unique knowledge, skill or expertise you can share with students? If so, we’d like to talk to you!
WVFK provides training and assistance with program development, promotes presenters and their programs, and provides cash honoraria to CEs. The best part is that CEs can work as often or as little as their schedules permit.
You love to see the lasting impressions you’ve made on the students in your community, and we love to see you return to teach them about their environment for another year. To help us, and yourself, stay current as a Community Educator, we only ask that you:
Once you are approved to deliver presentations as WVFK Community Educator, you may submit a new presentation application.
Check out BC’s curriculum requirements.
You’ve offered your expertise and insights to support environmental literacy in the Columbia Basin, and we’re more than appreciative of the work you do. Help us see that you’re compensated for your time in delivering your presentations.