Wildlife Habitat Council: Best Practices for Education Programming at Corporate Sites

Conservation and biodiversity education programs offer meaningful, equitable and accessible opportunities for learners of all ages to discover something new and make a positive contribution to the environment.

Educational programming is an important aspect of a company’s social license to operate and can produce long-term partnerships while providing benefit to the community.  Join panelists from CEMEX, Eastman and Bayer for a discussion on how to create meaningful education projects, from design and outreach to partnerships and evaluation.  Additionally, learn about the benefits of incorporating education initiatives at your site and the various forms education can take.

What you’ll learn:

  • Reasons why starting an education program at your site benefits companies and communities
  • What you need to know when starting or enhancing education initiatives
  • Challenges that other education programs have faced and how they overcame them
  • Ideas for different types of education activities

Who should attend:

  • Anyone interested in starting an education program at their site or improving an existing education program
  • Anyone interested in learning more about what corporate sites are doing for education work

Presenters:

  • Sheri Spivey, Community Relations Specialist – Florida Region, CEMEX
  • Michelle Holyfield, Team Leader, Responsible Care Compliance, Eastman
  • Sarah Marston, Environmental Coordinator, Bayer

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Science Topics
Conservation & Sustainability
Educator, Administration
Adults
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