Monique wants to be a an environmental lawyer when she grows up and help communities that live in toxic environments. She believes that every child should have access to clean water. She’s also considering designing eco-friendly clothes.
Dash grew up near the water and is passionate about keeping our oceans clean and protecting our sea life. He wants to invent something that will get all the plastic out of the ocean. His favorite subject is math and he loves to skateboard.
Valerie went on strike for climate change. She has written countless letters to government officials and even organized a peaceful protest in her school to make more students aware. She plays the piano and writes songs about saving the environment.
Carlos is passionate about the endangered species in the rainforest. He only buys fair trade products and really tries to educate others about how important it is to know what you’re buying and who you’re buying from. He is also a great cook, and loves chocolate.
Rose is an organic gardener. Her dream is to one day live in a community where everyone grows their own food. She knows that the right kind of soil can help save the whole earth. She loves anything that grows and loves digging her toes into mud.
Educate. Create. Cultivate.
STEAM guided modules coach and nurture students learning and understanding about natural resources, where food comes from, the waste cycle, climate crisis, advocacy, and more.
Training students from a local, national, and global perspective. Inventing new standards and actions for us and for the planet, propelling us into our next phase of existence.
Social-Emotional development focusing on real-life skills that support empathy, self-awareness, confidence, cooperation, collaboration, and community.
“The education your children will get is priceless and so needed on the planet right now. We are all connected and the Eco Hero Program helps show our kids how we all have important roles to play in saving our planet – no matter how old or young we may be.
What are you waiting for – put on your cape – the world needs you now more than ever.”
“My granddaughter, Cat Evers, was one of the original Eco Hero Kids in 2012, which was a meaningful experience for her on many levels. and I observed as Cat gained confidence in being in front of people and in public speaking. She personally took to heart the messages and implemented changes in her own life and in fact, she has gone on to study music and vocal performance at The New School in New York. Thank you Julia – her experience as an EHK was priceless.”