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Education for a more sustainable future

 

About Us

Lauded by luminaries such as the Governor of North Carolina and a former U.S. Secretary of Education, the Student Environmental Education Coalition (SEEC) is the leading hub of grassroots environmental education in North Carolina. Through innovative nonprofit programs and partnerships, SEEC engages with key environmental issues and inspires youth to take action for a cleaner world, for all.

 
 

Programs

NatureWay

Now in its 8th year, NatureWay is our signature summer camp in Chapel Hill, NC — open to all local elementary school students. THIS YEAR, NATUREWAY IS GOING VIRTUAL!

Environmental Mentorship

SEEC partners with public schools to provide after-school tutoring and programs to help stimulate kids' interest in natural and environmental sciences.

SEEC Weekly

SEEC Weekly is our new educational video series project! Click below to submit questions you have about the natural world and to view our video posts.

Blog

Latest Student Stories

We encourage students of all backgrounds to share environmental concerns that are near and dear to their hearts. A well-informed community is an empowered one, so take a look at some of the latest articles we've received from students below.

Madagascar Lemurs at the Brink of Extinction

Aug. 14, 2020 | Lucy Grossmann

The biodiversity on Madagascar island, home to many unique native wildlife such as lemurs, are drastically decreasing due to human activities. But you can help!

GMOs: The Pros and Cons to Us and Our Environment

July 31, 2020 | Rhianna Absher

GMOs are in almost everything that we eat and there are many benefits to our growing population, but it's important to understand the potential environmental consequences associated with developing GMOs.

 

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Get in touch with SEEC to learn more about our work and how you can get involved. We will get back to you as soon as we can.

 

Photography by Sahil Sethi, Lucy Grossmann, and others
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