YVFP Executive Director Named to International Fellowship
August 25, 2021
YVFP Executive Director Caleb Carlton was recently named to the inaugural cohort of North American Association for Environmental Education’s Civic and Environmental-Change (CEE-Change) Fellowship Program. The 2-year program brings together 30 international leaders to collaboratively advance the fields of civic and environmental education.
“The Fellows are a talented and passionate group of educators who are excited to tackle tough issues, share resources and ideas, and build a community that will continue long after the Fellowship ends. They give us hope that by working together, we can build a better future for all,” says NAAEE’s Executive Director Judy Braus.
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