Educators discuss climate resilience at a recent EcoRise training
EcoRise Teams Up with MetLife Foundation to Bring Eco-Literacy Program to New Jersey Classrooms

Students will become sustainability change-makers through curricula, educator training, and a Student Innovation Fund. New Jersey, February 11, 2020 — EcoRise, the school-based nonprofit organization inspiring a new generation of leaders to design a sustainable future for all, and MetLife Foundation have joined forces to deliver a new education program to 20 New Jersey educators […]

Mapping the Collective Impact of Environmental Education in Texas

Did you know that there are 10,000 K–12 schools across Texas that serve over 5 million students? There are also hundreds of organizations that offer environmental education (EE) programs that directly and indirectly impact Texas students. These organizations serve every type of educator and meet a wide range of needs through programs that range from […]

First cohort of Green Building Interns at Akins High School Austin Tx 2019
Fostering Equitable Internships and Diversifying the Green Building Industry

Women and people of color have been historically underrepresented in the architecture and design fields. In 2017 females comprised more than half of the U.S. population, but only one-third of licensed architects were female. African Americans made up 13% of the American population and Latinx 18%, while only 4% of licensed architects identified as African […]

Brittany Jayroe facilitating Climate Week 2019 teacher training
Salesforce Brings EcoRise Program to 200 Northeast Educators

E-STEM curriculum implementation and teacher training will drive positive outcomes for thousands of public school students New York City, NY, November 11, 2019—A recent $250,000 grant from Salesforce will allow EcoRise, a K–12 education nonprofit that develops curricula, teacher training programs, and student microgrants related to E-STEM and sustainability topics, to expand its programming in […]