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American High School San Lorenzo High School Alameda High School Skyline High School Oakland High School Antioch High School Richmond High School Urban Forestry Richmond High School Zerolitter Pinole Valley High School
The Sustainable Youth Internship program takes an immersive approach to environmental education, offering yearlong internships to 150 high school students at 10 Title 1 public schools in the San Francisco Bay Area, serving a total student population of 20,000 students.
The internships promote team-work and project-based learning, preparing students for college and environmental careers by connecting low-income youth with their local environments.  Student teams at each school use science and technology to research and address pressing issues in their campuses and communities, engaging their peers in protecting watersheds from litter and runoff pollution, restoring creek native habitats, preventing marine debris or fighting air pollution and its impact on human health.  Each school team is led by an Earth Team professional educator acting as a Campus Coordinator, working with teachers to connect in-class curriculum with afterschool service learning projects in collaboration with partner and community organizations.
May 13, 2016
EarthTeam Wanlass Park City Of San Pablo
EarthTeam Interns taking GPS coordinates of a tree they planted months earlier in Wanlass Park

On May 9th, EarthTeam Interns returned to Wanlass Park in San Pablo to monitor the 20 trees they planted earlier in...Read more

May 10, 2016

earthteam flyer

In an effort to instill a sense of environmental responsibility and stewardship among our future generations – our fellow peers – Alameda EarthTeam is hosting the Art for the Earth Contest! The contest gives students around the East Bay the opportunity...Read more

May 5, 2016

EarthTeam Black Diamond Park

Interns pose together on a hill vista in Black Diamond Mines Regional Park.

On May 4th, Antioch High EarthTeam Interns celebrated an almost complete internship program with a hike in Black Diamond Mines Regional Park. Eleven interns and one student volunteer...Read more

May 4, 2016


In honor of Earth Day, our Pinole Valley EarthTeam interns dedicated a whole week to educate students about our local creek and environment. Each day, our interns hosted several different events and activities in the library with the purpose of engaging the...Read more

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