Founded in 1992 as an environment-based mentoring program, EnvironMentors envisions young adult leaders from all cultural, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds becoming active stewards of their communities and the environment. Since 1992 the program has paired over 2,000 high school students with mentors.
EnvironMentors was initiated in 1992 in Washington, DC as an educational, community‐based initiative that served under‐resourced high schools. Since then it has grown to become a national program with 12 chapters across the country. Read the full story.
EnvironMentors has a network of 12 chapters across the country. These chapters work tirelessly to provide mentored research experiences for high school students in their communities. Learn more about our chapters.
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Over 2,000 high school students have been part of the EnvironMentors program. Many of these students have completed in the National Fair and won scholarships to college. Find out more about our students.
For every high school student in the program there is one (or more!) adult mentor. These individuals dedicate time, energy, and expertise throughout the academic year. Read more about our mentors.
Each spring, top EnvironMentors students travel to Washington, DC to compete for college scholarships in the National Fair. Students get to meet fellow EnvironMentors participants from across the country and explore our Nation's Capital. Check out the results from the 2015 National Fair!
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