January 11, 2023 | 1:00 - 2:30 PM ET | 0.1 CEUs
Virtual Education: Teaching Environmental Education - A Good Planet is Hard to Find
Autumn Reich, Recreation Supervisor / Florida Master Naturalist, Safety Harbor Leisure Services
Environmental Education programs do not need a degree in biology-just a desire to share! We fear what we do not know or understand. To overcome this, you must gain knowledge and experience by getting OUTSIDE. This session will equip you with the tools you need to hit the trail running towards a great EE program.
- Understand why influence is the single most important aspect of leadership, and how to use your influence to grow a great team.
- Learn about the importance of listening, understanding, connecting, and nurturing your team and how it will make you a better leader.
- Understand that serving, empowering, and navigating for your team will help you grow great future leaders.
- About Autumn: Autumn Reich has a BS in Outdoor Recreation from Mars Hill College/University and has worked with youth for over 31 years in a variety of settings. Over the last 20 years, Autumn has been a Supervised Playground Supervisor, Nature Program Coordinator, Youth and Family Events Coordinator, Director of the before and after school programs for K-8th grade and Full Day Camps (K-8th) for the City of Safety Harbor. 16 of these years have been working directly with the afterschool and summer camp programs trying to improve the quality of programs the children are engaged in for the quantity of time they spend in them. The last 2 years she has been out at Folly Farm, Safety Harbors Nature Preserve building environmental programs and partnerships. Autumn Reich has been a member of FRPA since 2006. She is CPRP, VO and a certified Florida Advanced Master Naturalist.
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