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Monday, December 4, 2023
Dec. 4, 2023

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National Park Service reaches out to teachers

By , Columbian staff writer

The National Park Service invites local K-12 teachers to participate in the Teacher-Ranger-Teacher program from July 10 to Aug. 20 to learn about place-based education from rangers.

Fort Vancouver National Historic Site staff will provide a webinar about lesson planning and help educators develop at least one lesson to teach their students. They will also learn about place-based learning, or community and service education, with National Park Service resources.

Participants can receive a $3,000 stipend for the six-week opportunity, as well as graduate credit hours through the University of Colorado Denver.

Those who are interested should submit their resume to Justine Hanrahan, justine_hanrahan@nps.gov, by May 26. For more information, visit nps.gov/fova/learn/news/fort-vancouver-trt.htm.

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