The Pine Jog Fellowship: Cultivating Community Involvement and Environmental Leadership is an innovative 3-semester program that aims to develop a cadre of young leaders who are knowledgeable about various environmental issues impacting South Florida and who understand the social, environmental and economic interrelationships that are critical to addressing such issues. After exploring the major environmental issues impacting South Florida, Fellows make a difference in their local community through environmental service learning and by serving as mentors to school-aged youth.
Successful completion of each semester earns Fellows 3 credits (9 credits total)
The program consists of three Dual Enrollment courses offered by FAU’s College of Education. Courses must be taken in the following progression:
EDG 4044: Survey of Current Environmental Issues through Service Learning (Summer 2018)
Fellows explore regional environmental issues through six full days of lectures and field experiences throughout Palm Beach County. Sample Schedule
EDG 4045: Civic Engagement through Environmental Service Learning (Fall 2018)
Fellows work individually or in groups to design and implement their own environmental service learning project. Students must attend a Pine Jog meeting one Saturday per month (8am–4pm).
EDG 4940: Environmental Education Internship (Spring 2019)
Fellows will be given the opportunity to mentor local children through the design and implementation of their own service learning project. Students work with their youth group for two hours per week and must attend a Pine Jog meeting one Saturday per month (9am-12pm).
Pine Jog Environmental Education Center, ATTN: Kristi Moyer, 6301 Summit Boulevard, West Palm Beach, Florida, 33415
If you have further questions, please contact Kristi Moyer, Course Instructor via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (561-686-6600).