EarthConnections Program Partners bring a wealth of expertise, programming or resources that can assist you in creating your regional pathway. All are committed to the Earth Connections Alliance and the EarthConnections pathway model. EarthConnections Program Partners bring deep expertise in one or more pathway elements. They are excited to talk with you about their programming and how it might be incorporated in your pathway. Some collaborations will require funding.
Please fill out the following survey to describe your program.
IMPORTANT: Do not leave this page without clicking on the SUBMIT button. If you leave this page without submitting, your entries in the form will be lost and have to be recreated.
There is no save button for this form. However, you can submit your answers at any point, even if they are incomplete and they will be turned into a web page that you will be able to edit and add to later on. The web page will not be made public without permission.
Information you submit via this form will be mapped onto a page template. You can access your page to edit and add to it by logging into your SERC account. The page will not be visible to the public until you complete the survey to your satisfaction and email Mitchell Awalt (mawalt AT carleton.edu) to let him know it is ready. If you do not have an account, you can create one here. The email address you provide on this survey must match the email address used to create your SERC account.If you have any difficulty with this process, please contact Mitchell Awalt (mawalt AT carleton.edu).
The information you provide will inform the EarthConnections Alliances and pending review will create a public profile page for your program to share broadly.
If you have questions about the project or technical questions about the form or website, please contact Mitchell Awalt (mawalt AT carleton.edu) at SERC (Science Education Resource Center).
We appreciate your participation, and look forward to working with you in EarthConnections.
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