GirlsConserve is a 9th -12th grade immersion camp that combines environmental leadership training, real-world experience, and the things that most interest you, the student!
Students will explore how their lived experiences set them up to be change makers for the world. Topics in environmental quality, environmental justice, and the interaction between environmental health and public health will be explored through on campus programs, field trips, and collaboration with peers from other AZ high schools. Students will gain valuable professional development experience that includes working on a team, developing a project, and practicing presentation skills.
GirlsConserve is run by ASU faculty and students from the Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology and the Center for Biodiversity Outcomes.
You do not need to have prior experience in environmental studies to participate in this course.
We have a strict non-discrimination policy, and all individuals are able to apply and participate in our programs and events without regard to race, sex, gender identification, sexual orientation, national origin, native language, religion, age, disability, marital status, citizenship, genetic information, pregnancy or any other characteristic protected by law.