Student and Teacher Opportunities

Students:

Conference organizers are looking for 10-15 students to help at the conference by recording questions and comments during discussion periods, and assisting session moderators as needed. We have four available shifts. Volunteering for any two shifts will allow you to attend the full conference for free, including all meals, breaks, the reception, and banquet (a $120 value). The first two shifts are longer, but less intense. The shifts are:

To take advantage of this opportunity, please send an e-mail with your full contact information (name, college or university, undergrad or graduate, address, e-mail address, phone) and your shift and topic preferences to: Jesse Schomberg

Shifts are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Opportunities are limited; we will try and fit you into your preferred shifts to the extent possible, but we cannot guarantee you will get your first choice.


K-12 Teachers:

If the chance to participate in an international conference in Duluth, MN, exploring research, management, and education about the greatest of the Great Lakes intrigues you -- take a look at this scholarship opportunity!

Don't delay! Space is limited. We have approximately ten scholarships (including substitute pay, registration, some travel, and curriculum materials) available for teachers. Feel free to pass this opportunity along (but send in your application first, of course!).

This scholarship is sponsored by COSEE Great Lakes and the Making a Great Lake Superior Conference Executive Committee