Students in the Environmental Sustainability Signature Program will be able to further take advantage of and enhance West Nottingham's status as a Maryland Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education (MAEOE) Certified Sustainable School. The certification shows that our community has made a commitment to and is carrying out a plan to reduce environmental impact as a school. Those in the Signature Program will have additional resources in West Nottingham's community partners, including Kilby Dairy Farm and the Cecil County Conservation Partnership.
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at West Nottingham and listen to the Student Environmental Council's podcast series, podcast series, "The World Won't Wait: Conversation on Climate Change"
to explore current issues in climate change and environmental conservation.
- Complete the following courses:
- Environmental Science or Advanced Placement Environmental Science
- Environmental Policy and Action
- Four years of a world language or fluency in two languages
- At least two seasons of Student Environmental Council (SEC)
- Participate in experiential learning with community partners
- Attend a summer program, two to seven weeks long
- Attend one professional conference in the field
- Conduct an original research project, supported by an external mentor and internal advisor
- Present the original research project at the WNA Symposium