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IslandWood Graduate Program in Education for Environment and Community (EEC)

February 20, 2015

Geoenvironmental Challenges Summer ’13 alumnus Joe Camacho is a student and educator at IslandWood.  Maybe you will be one day too . . .


The IslandWood EEC Program, created in partnership with the University of Washington, is based on the principle that a more sustainable future demands knowledgeable, committed and reflective educators. Each year our graduate students live, learn and teach in a spectacular natural setting located on Bainbridge Island in Washington State. Hands-on teaching experiences with culturally diverse populations help our students to explore the meaning of education, environment and community, and most of our students go on to complete their Masters Degree at the University of Washington’s College of Education.

Please pass along our information to individuals who are passionate about inspiring community and environmental stewardship. We are still accepting applications for 2015-2016 (applications received by March 13, 2015 receive a $100 tuition discount!) and those interested are invited to contact me at 206-855-4369 or We greatly appreciate your help and thank you for being part of our vision for a sustainable future.



Theresa Song, IW ’11, M.Ed. ‘12

Coordinator of Graduate Program in Education for Environment and Community

IslandWood | 4450 Blakely Ave NE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

o: 206.855.4369

f: 206.855.4301

The mission of IslandWood is to provide exceptional learning experiences and to inspire lifelong environmental and community stewardship.


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