City of Colorado Springs / Environmental Sustainability / EducationEducation Opportunities
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Want to learn something "green"?
The City of Colorado Springs offers waterway pollution prevention programs to all ages. Click here
to learn more.
The City of Colorado Spring Environmental Sustainability Coordinator is able to provide presentations on the efforts that the City is currently making to become a more sustainable community. Click here
to set up a group presentation.
The City Green Team offers monthly "Green Bag" Lunch-n-Learns on a wide variety of topics.
Want to teach something "green"?
The City has several opportunities where you can share your no- or low-cost expertise with groups of all ages in our community.
The Therapeutic Recreation Program provides year-round opportunities for youth and adults with disabilities to acquire skills that enable them to participate in leisure activities of their choice and enhance their abilities to function within a community setting. Summer June/July day camps for youth (6-12 year) and teens (13-18 years) work best with onsite hands activities/lectures or field trips. August thru May, with advanced notice, adults with physical and/or developmental disabilities can be included in your group's existing activities or unique activities can be created just for them. Contact Felicia Barnhart at 385-6964 or firstname.lastname@example.org for scheduling details.
The Hillside Community Center teen program serves youth in 6th to 9th grades. One-hour guest speaker presentations can be arranged during the summer from June to July on Monday afternoons. Field trips can be arranged Monday through Wednesday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Contact Bob Rias at 719-385-7940 in advance to make arrangements.
The Meadows Park Community Center serves elementary school-age youth (ages 6 to 12). Fall field trips can be arranged on Mondays between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Contact Bob Rias at 719-385-7940 in advance to make arrangements.
The City offers monthly "Green Bag" Lunch-n-Learns on a wide variety of "green" topics. If you have a free 30 minute presentation (38 minutes with questions) on a topic appropriate for both employees and the general public, contact Carrie McCausland, 385-2746 or email@example.com.
Senior Center adult educational opportunities go on year-round with up to six months advance notice needed. Contact Mendy Putman, firstname.lastname@example.org or 385-6976.