The Teen Green Science Team members celebrate at an event they have organized for their community.
'Why does this look this way?’ ‘What is in it?’ These 4th grade science explorers employ observation and data collection to investigate their world.
“e” inc. forms partnerships with many other non-profits. Here, children in a BELL program at Mattapan's Young Achievers ES plant trees to augment the school’s habitats
“e” inc.’s K-12 school and after school programs use experience-based learning to teach science that our students find fun and engaging.
Children learning “e” inc.’s rainforest science program saved trees by a ‘re-use your paper’ campaign that placed one-sided paper boxes throughout their school.
Games and fun are a wonderful way for grade-schoolers to learn science concepts. Children at a Roxbury after school work together to find hidden animals in a habitats science lesson.
“e” inc. instructors travel to schools across Greater Boston to teach climate change science to young people in this absorbing workshop.
Children learn about natural systems first hand, during daily summer field trips for urban camps at a 90-acre woods.
The 2012 Environmental Film Festival included a Family Eco-Fest, complete with a visit from Captain Planet.
Experiments and teamwork are a regular part of after school programming in “e” inc.’s “Planet Protectors Science Team” programs, now in 3 cities.
Our Teen Green Team in Mattapan teaches science to younger children in a local afterschool -- using their new knowledge to educate others!
How can little children conserve? They created their own washtowels to save paper. Go kindergardeners!
During a summer field trip, a student stops by a pond to take notes about the beings he sees.
“e” inc.’s vision of creating an environment science museum which promotes action and exploration is finally becoming a reality.
Thank you to all those who made 2013 such a great year for us! We know there are a lot of reasons to give, so our December fundraiser put a spotlight a different reason each day.