Building a kind community for both people and animals begins with our youngest citizens.
Teachers play a valuable role in encouraging the development of pro-social skills like compassion and empathy and helping young people connect to community resources like the Wisconsin Humane Society. We want to partner with you! Check out some of the services we offer to educators for students of all ages.
We're hiring! Our Milwaukee Campus is currently hiring for a full time Youth Programs Specialist. Looking for a fun summer gig? Consider applying for our Summer Camp Counselor positions in Milwaukee, Ozaukee, and Racine!
We offer both in-person and virtual programs for students K4 - Grade 12. Our fun and engaging programs align with state and national standards AND make learning fun.
Summer Camp Scholarship Program: Teachers or mentors can nominate a student in grades 1-9 in need of financial assistance who they think will benefit from a summer camp experience. A summer camp scholarship provides young people the opportunity to attend summer camp at no cost. CLICK HERE to learn more and submit your nomination form. Applications are due April 15.
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Help protect wild birds by teaching students about migration through interactive games and project ideas for your classroom.