Last year, in response to the pandemic, we began to offer virtual classroom presentations to schools still interested in engaging with our work at H2O for Life. We are happy to say that the sessions were well received by classrooms across the United States and beyond! This gave us an opportunity to connect with schools we would have never otherwise gotten the opportunity to work with and those students were able to learn valuable lessons about how they can help solve the global water crisis.
We are happy to announce that we will continue to offer this program this school year with K-12 schools. We are offering both social science and science-based presentations that include interactive activities for your students facilitated by our staff here at H2O for Life. We are also offering presentations to student organizations that are interested in pursuing projects with H2O for Life (Student Councils, NHS, Service Groups, etc) that gives an overview of our organization, the global water crisis, and how students can take action to make a difference as global citizens.
To learn more or to schedule a presentation(s) in your classroom or school, schedule a meeting with our Educational Programs Manager, Mitchell LeGrand, at his Calendly linked here or email firstname.lastname@example.org.