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Biocitizen is so pleased to welcome Charlie Schine as a lead teacher! Charlie is a Brooklyn native and presently teaches Field Environmental Philosophy at our Western Massachusetts school. He can’t wait to walk with students through the places loves the most. Personal Statement Hi! I’m a recent graduate from Wesleyan University and although I majored...
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Job Opening:  Our Place Summer School Director, New York City Status:  40 (full-time) hours a week (June 29-July 3, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 20-24, July 27-31, August 24-28, 2020); training begins January 2020 Time Frame:  Review begins now, position open until filled.  Biocitizen Inc. is a nonprofit educational institution that specializes in Field Environmental...
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Bio Over the past few weeks, Ryan has joined the Biocitizen NY team as a volunteer for the Our Place Summerschool. He is currently entering his senior year of high school at the University School in Cleveland, Ohio and, this summer, he took it upon himself to travel across the country, rent an apartment, and...
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Biocitizen NY is so excited to introduce our very first intern, Stuart Robbins, who will be assisting with the Brooklyn-based Our Place Summer School by teaching, writing, and researching this summer! Stuart is currently in his last year pursuing a B.A. at Amherst College in American Studies. Focusing on the roles played by public spaces, Stuart...
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Biocitizen is so lucky to have Brooklyn friends— parents who’ve enrolled their kids in our Western MA Our Place Summer School, so they can walk the Nonotuck Biome and get off the screen and into the green. One such friend is Bettina Schneider, whose two sons Nico and Lee were the first Brooklyn-ites to walk...
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Biocitizen NY Summer 2020 Internship Program What is Biocitizen? Biocitizen is the only school in the world devoted to teaching Field Environmental Philosophy (FEP). Biocitizen NY is opening the Brooklyn-based Our Place Summer School designed to bring children into direct contact with the creatures, geologies, hydrologies, and infrastructures of the Canarsee Biome and the Hudson...
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Blaze is an 11-year-old from Gowanus, Brooklyn and will be a counselor in training with Biocitizen NY this summer! She started as a Sharpshin with Biocitizen MA and has grown into a leader. Read her personal statement here and check out Our Place Summer School > Brooklyn < for more on our NY summer program!...
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Biocitizen is so pleased to welcome Ursa Heidinger as the Assistant Director of Biocitizen NY! Ursa has been a part of Biocitizen from the very beginning, and has taught Field Environmental Philosophy in Western Massachusetts for several years. She moved to NYC three years ago and realized that if Los Angeles has an Our Place...
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