Community Educators are the heart and soul of the Wild Voices for Kids program.
Wild Voices is a unique program in the Basin as it enables local specialists to develop programs connected to the local environment and tailored to their area of expertise and passion. Each educator brings their own unique knowledge of environment or natural history, adds their passion for education, and creates classroom or field-based programs that will both captivate students and satisfy the learning objectives of teachers.
Are you a forester or geographer? A biologist or mountain guide? A historian or holder of traditional knowledge?
Do you have some unique knowledge, skill, or expertise you can share with students? If so, we’d like to connect with you!
Wild Voices provides training and assistance with program development, promotes presenters and their programs, and provides cash honoraria to educators.
BECOME A COMMUNITY EDUCATOR
Wild Voices for Kids supports individuals who have specific knowledge or expertise connected to the local environment that can be shared with students in the Columbia Basin region of British Columbia.
Community Educator applications and program submissions are assessed for approval bi-annually by the Wild Voices Advisory Committee.
The Fall intake period closes annually on July 15.
The Winter/Spring intake period closes on January 15.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for support or questions about the application process.
CBEEN members are eligible to apply to be a Wild Voices Community Educator.
CBEEN members can apply to become a Wild Voices Community Educator through this form.