What are other ways I can get involved with National Geographic’s education efforts?

Participate in the National Geographic Society/National Park Service BioBlitz. A BioBlitz is a 24-hour event in which teams of volunteer scientists, families, students, teachers, and other community members work together to find and identify as many species of plants, animals, microbes, fungi, and other organisms as possible. National Geographic is helping conduct a BioBlitz in a different national park each year during the decade leading up to the U.S. National Park Service Centennial in 2016. Visit National Geographic Education’s BioBlitz Education page for educational resources that help students practice skills that scientists use in the field. 

Join our Network of Alliances for Geographic Education, a grassroots organization dedicated to supporting geographic education. Alliances are partnerships between university faculty and K-12 educators. These state-based organizations connect educators, provide world-class professional development, and promote educational innovation at the state and local levels. Join your state’s alliance today! 

Visit National Geographic Education’s Get Involved page for additional information about ways to participate with the Society’s education efforts.
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