Study water and ecosystem science with middle and high schoolers in the Yakama Nation

Riverways Education Partnerships recruits UW students to participate in a variety of programs that partner with rural and tribal K-12 schools across Washington State as a means of transforming the learning and inspiring the growth of both groups of students, while addressing inequities in public education. 

STEM Alternative Spring Break/Culture and Science Exchange (CASE)

Support middle and high schoolers to recognize themselves as scientists and leaders through an immersive experience in the Yakama Nation. Dive into the topics of education and empowerment while exploring the relationship between water science and ecosystems.

STEM ASB and CASE are similar programs, CASE will also spend spring quarter working with K-12 students. 

  • Academic requirements: winter and spring seminar (spring seminar only for CASE)
  • Service requirements: MLK Day and spring break
  • Apply by November 12
For more information contact the Community Engagement & Leadership Education (CELE) Center.
By Kirk Heynen (He/Him)
Kirk Heynen (He/Him) Career Coach