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Ohio's Environmental Education Certification Program

If you are a formal or non-formal educator, you should consider earning a professional certification in Environmental Education (EE). This program includes a week-long workshop and independent projects that will refine your EE skills. Learn more about the Environmental Education Certification competencies and policies by clicking on the links below. 

EE Certification Competencies

EE Certification Policies

You can earn two graduate credits from Kent State University by completing the Environmental Education Certification Program. Credits are from the College of Education, School of Teaching and Learning.

Ohio’s Environmental Education Certification Program was recently modified to include a week-long option.  The contents of the program are the same, but the format has shifted to span this week-long format.  

Registration for the 2017/2018 Ohio Environmental Education Certification program is now open. The week-long workshop will take place December 4-8, 2017 at Old Woman Creek Research Reserve in Huron, Ohio.   

2017 EE Certification Program Application

If you have questions, or you would like to be added to the contact list to receive information, email eecertification@eeco-online.org.  

If you are currently Ohio EE-certified and are interested in recertification, please review the application and requirements for recertification:

EE Recertification Application

Online Payment Options for EE Certification and Recertification

For more information please contact program coordinator, Jennifer Bucheit at eecertification@eeco-online.org.
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