Global Warming Kids .Net is a project of ClimateChangeEducation.Org:
We are science museum docents; students, staff and scientists at the University of California, Berkeley.
Just as important are our elementary, middle and high school student volunteers & interns.
Our volunteers are mostly in the San Francisco Bay Area.
You may have seen us at these Bay Area science museums, doing hands-on demonstrations on climate change science and solutions:
• The Tech Museum of Innovation
Califormia Academy of Sciences
• Lawrence Hall Of Science
• Chabot Space and Science Center
Also, as volunteers and interns, we provide science demos and educational resources to:
• In K-12 Schools
• Large public events
• Big science Conferences
• State of California Government Policy
and Science Research Conferences
• Teacher Trainings
• Corporate Trainings
We've been bringing science demos and climate change education resources to the public since 1999.
Our style is to involve people, young and old, in the science. Since we began, 10,000's of people have joined with us to engage in global warming science and solutions.
Kids, students -- you might be able to be one of our interns. How would you like to be part of building this website? What you do will be seen by millions of other kids!!
YOU can make a REAL difference.
Who says, "but you're just a kid?!"
Wait till they see what you can do.
Check with your parents and teachers -- you might be able to get school credit for your work. Make working on this web site a class credit.
K-12 or university undergraduate level internships available.
High schoolers: great experience too for when it's college application time.
Comparing oxygen and nitrogen to greenhouse gases. Why do they act different?