Evergreen faculty and students facilitate science outreach to K-12 and informal audiences across the region. Evergreen also hosts several annual events for the broader community - read more about science outreach below!
Annual Science Carnival
Evergreen students and faculty organize an annual event for K-12 students to visit campus and learn through various workshops.
During COVID, we have suspended the Science Carnival, and instead are doing outreach to school groups in-person (read more below).
Outreach to schools
See this page for a list of off-campus outreach faculty have been engaged in during the 2021-22 school year. We are working to match faculty with classrooms during this spring and may still have capacity for new visits, but contact Dr. Clarissa Dirks (dirksc[at]evergreen.edu) about scheduling visits in the summer or 2022-23 school year.
Annual student Green congress
Evergreen has hosted the Annual Student GREEN Congress for over 25 years! GREEN stands for "Global Rivers Environmental Education Network" and this event is co-sponsored by the Nisqually River Education Project and South Sound GREEN. Evergreen faculty and students help facilitate this very special watershed science event and help with various workshops.
During COVID, the Student GREEN Congress has moved online.
science outreach in prisons
The Sustainability in Prisons Project is a partnership between Evergreen and the WA State Department of Corrections. Evergreen staff and students organize science and sustainability outreach in all 12 prisons in Washington. Incarcerated students can earn Evergreen credit through certificate programs in endangered species husbandry, sustainability, and ecoliteracy.
Click through images below - Evergreen students and faculty providing outreach to various groups over the years!