EE Week 2013 Promotional Toolkit
National Environmental Education Week depends on your help to spread the word about EE Week. To raise awareness in your network and your community, consider:
- Posting one of our 2013 EE Week badges (above and right) on your website. Two alternate formats are provided for your choosing. To download the badges, right-click on either image and select "Save Image As..." When using these badges on your website, please link them to EEWeek.org.
- Distributing the 2013 National EE Week flyer (8.5" x 11"). Download the flyer (PDF).
- Linking to EEWeek.org from your website.
- Helping to promote EE Week on your Facebook page or Twitter feed. Connect with us on Facebook and follow @EEWeek on Twitter. Download sample social media posts for Facebook and Twitter (PDF).
- Download and share the EE Week 2013 national press release (PDF). Download tips for distribution to local media and networks (PDF).
- Announcing EE Week in your print or email newsletter, listserv, blog or website (sample announcement provided below). View our Media Center for past articles and blog posts on EE Week.
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If you plan to help promote National EE Week, please let us know how you will be using our logo and materials by sending an email to EEWeek@neefusa.org.
Sample EE Week 2013 Announcement:
National Environmental Education Week 2013
Hosted by NEEF, the National Environmental Education Foundation, EE Week is the nation's largest celebration of environmental education held each year the week before Earth Day and inspires environmental learning and stewardship among K-12 students. The 2013 theme, Greening STEM: Taking Technology Outdoors, will explore how technology can enhance environmental learning both inside and outside the classroom. Part of our series on Greening STEM.
As part of Taking Technology Outdoors, EE Week will highlight the growing opportunity to engage today's students in learning about the environment by "plugging into nature" through new technologies that enable scientific research and 21st century skills including creativity, innovation, communication and collaboration.
Educators who register for EE Week 2013 will be able to take advantage of:
- Free educator webinars and toolkits offeringtips, tricks, resources and ideas for using the latest technology to excite students about environmental learning in their community
- Case studies, success stories and examples of technology in action and the teachers who are using it to enhance environmental learning and achievement in core subject areas
- Discounts, giveaways and special offers from ourpartners
Register today! Registration is free and easy and, in addition to the benefits above, connects you to a national network of educators dedicated to increasing the environmental knowledge of K-12 students.