Become a “Champion” for urban youth today! Volunteer to join our group of trained Eagle Eye Champions and engage urban youth in nature through our fun and effective programs. With your help, more young people can experience the joys and benefits of nature regardless of geography, race, ethnicity or income.
What is a Champion?
Champions are individuals who volunteer with Eagle Eye for the specific purpose of organizing Learn About programs. These program organizers are “champions” of environmental protection and underserved urban youth. Eagle Eye Champions bring together youth organizations, natural resource professionals and natural sites to provide unique first-time experiences in nature to urban youth from low-income communities. Eagle Eye Institute provides Champions with materials, training and other needed support to organize successful programs in communities all over the United States.
Who can be a Champion?
Any person 18 or older who aligns with Eagle Eye’s mission and wants to help expand outdoor, exploratory science programming for underserved urban youth in their local community, is welcome to become a Champion.
Please contact us to learn more.
Examples of a Champion
- A youth worker who wants to provide an opportunity for young people in her/his organization
- An environmental educator who wants to reach out to urban youth
- A natural resource professional looking to expand education at her/his agency
- A community member committed to expanding opportunities for local urban youth to explore nature
- A college student passionate about environmental and social justice issues