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The Service-Learning Waste Reduction Project (SLWRP) works with students and teachers from middle and high schools to find ways to reduce waste on campus and in the community through service-learning projects. Funded primarily by StopWaste.Org, SLWRP provides professional development, technical assistance, field trips, waste audit support, networking, stipends and other services to schools in Alameda County. All schools are encouraged to take advantage of the resources and ideas shared in this website. If you are interested in learning more, download our flyer.  If you want to become a SLWRP school, contact Nate Ivy: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


The Region 4 STEM Service-Learning Consortium seeks to engage traditionally under represented youth in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math through service-learning projects that address environmental challenges.

 

Examples of STEM Service-Learning Contact Nate Ivy for more information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


The Alameda County Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership has chosen the theme, "Creating Solutions for the World We Share" to help youth deepen their understanding of the natural and social ecologies in which we live while discovering ways to use creativity to contribute to a healthy future. For more information:http://www.artiseducation.org/10/ 

The East Bay Depot For Creative Reuse, The Alameda County Office of Education, and StopWaste.Org are working together to help students reduce the impact of year-end locker clean out.  Students in SMORE will help design sorting stations and diversion programs to capture reusable and recyclable materials.  The East Bay Depot will provide assistance with coordination, volunteers, and transportation of materials and hopes to divert 12,000 lbs of material away from the landfill.