Climate Literacy Fellows

Are you interested in helping your students understand how climate influences them and how they and society influence climate? Would your students enjoy engaging activities presented by energetic and knowledgable college students?

A child tests a solar car kit to learn about renewable energy
A child tests a solar car kit to learn about renewable energy.
In partnership with the Washington State Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) and the legislature-funded ClimeTime program, the Gonzaga Climate Center has created the Climate Literacy Fellows program. Through this program, the Climate Center hires and trains exceptional Gonzaga undergraduates to deliver high-impact climate literacy activities in elementary school classrooms (grades 2-5). As part of Gonzaga's Opportunity Northeast program, the current geographical focus centers on partner elementary schools in northeast Spokane.

Learn more about the current Fellows and our staff.
Are you are a public school teacher in Spokane who is considering inviting Gonzaga Climate Literacy Fellows into your classroom?

 

Climate Literacy Fellows 2021-2022

13

Spokane Public Schools Served

63

Number of Classroom Visits

45+

Hours of Climate Lessons Taught

1100+

Students Reached