What is EEA?
We are creating a new strategic plan for EEA and your ideas are valued. Since its founding in 1992, EEA's mission of promoting environmental education and stewardship has not wavered, but our priorities and approach have shifted with the times. For instance, we now have an executive director rather than being entirely volunteer-run.
EEA's Board of Directors is currently in the process of envisioning the future of the field of environmental education in light of trends and issues we face today, and re-imagining EEA's role. The process has included review and analysis of our current programs, committees, and operations; revisiting of our vision statement, mission, and strategic plan; and collaboration on a new vision for EEA.
Next, we will be identifying goals and objectives for the next several years and putting everything together in a Strategic Plan.
We are grateful to the Environmental Protection Agency and the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE), which provided an ee360 Grant to assist with Board development and strategic planning.
EEA's mission is to help more people identify as environmental educators and to promote communication, enrichment, and professional development among people in the field of environmental education through interaction with other people and organizations to exchange information, develop contacts, pursue partnerships, advance initiatives, and share access to knowledge and experiences.
EEA supports environmental educators throughout Georgia to achieve our vision of a statewide culture of environmental literacy and stewardship.
Environmental Education Alliance, Inc.
P.O. Box 801066 | Acworth, GA 30101
EEA does not does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in its program , activities, or employment. For more information on EEA's non-discrimination commitment click here .
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