[pccgrads] Fwd: Fw: FEPPS: Opportunity to Teach Science in Prison!
UW Program On Climate Change
uwpcc at uw.edu
Tue Jul 17 09:37:51 PDT 2018
If anyone is curious (or nervous) about this, I just presented to the women
inmates at Gig Harbor a few weeks ago for the Sustainability in Prisons
program with Evergreen and it was an incredible experience. Happy to share
my experience if desired!
Leann Andrews, RLA, ASLA, SEED
PhD in the Built Environment Candidate
Lecturer, Department of Landscape Architecture
University of Washington
On Thu, Jul 12, 2018 at 1:08 PM, UW Program On Climate Change <uwpcc at uw.edu>
> Hello there!
> On behalf of the students incarcerated at Washington Correctional Center
> for Women, I would love to invite you and your network to come teach for
> [image: Inline image 1]
> *Make a Change in Your Own Environment:*
> *Teach in Prison*
> Freedom Education Project Puget Sound is seeking volunteers to teach at
> the Washington Corrections Center for Women in Gig Harbor, Washington. This
> volunteer would instruct a class of 15 – 25 students. And, we
> want to pay you to share your knowledge and your time!
> *When*: October 1st - December 20th
> *Courses we can offer this fall:*
> * - OCEA& 101
> Introduction to Oceanography- BIOL& 175:
> <http://www.curricunet.com/Tacoma/reports/course_outline_html.cfm?courses_id=1886> Human
> Biology- BIOL& 160:
> to Cellular and Molecular Biology*
> - *ENVS& 101:
> <http://www.curricunet.com/Tacoma/reports/course_outline_html.cfm?courses_id=1890> Introduction
> to Environmental Science*
> *Key Responsibilities*
> - Teach once or twice a week at WCCW. 9601 Bujacich Rd NW, Gig Harbor,
> WA 98332.
> - Communicate classroom and student needs with FEPPS program
> - Work with FEPPS program coordinator to evaluate students and place
> them into classes next semester.
> - MUST have a master's degree or be in a PhD program, and have
> experience teaching the course they would like to offer.
> - Strongly believes in the benefit of providing a rigorous college
> education to the women incarcerated at the Washington Corrections Center
> for Women.
> - Must attend a Department of Corrections volunteer training. Offered
> once a month.
> - Must be able to provide *your own transportation* to and from the
> - Must commit to teaching the entire 11 week term.
> - Must be able to pick from following times to teach: 9:3 0 – 11:20,
> 1:30 – 3:50 or 6:30 – 8:50. Must get to prison 30 minutes before class
> *Fun facts*
> - We welcome and encourage co-teaching between close colleagues and
> are happy to connect you with volunteers who could support with
> facilitating labs if needed.
> - All of these courses have been offered by FEPPS in the past so we
> have plenty of materials to share with you. Please let me know if there are
> any resources you'd like to see specifically and click here
> <https://www.dropbox.com/sh/pv48ulizb0c10s0/AACOaeoMlLOOzDde7gORjDgwa?dl=0> to
> do a bit of your own searching around (i.e. lab supply sheets, exams, and
> other natural science courses offered by FEPPS).
> - More detailed information is attached if you would like to share the
> opportunity with anyone in your network (we are ALWAYS grateful when you
> share!). FEPPS provides a stipend of $1200 per course to cover travel
> costs, acknowledge you for your time and effort, and a coffee now and then.
> Please contact zoebrown at fepps.org 206 755 8994 with interest or questions
> about the opportunity. Can't teach but know of someone who would be a great
> fit, please send this on!
> In community,
> Zoe Brown
> Program Administrator
> Check out our annual film HERE <http://fepps.org/fepps-2017-annual-video/>
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