Are you considering IslandWood’s foundational graduate program in Education for Environment and Community (EEC), offered in partnership with the University of Washington?
This 10-month teaching residency prepares culturally-responsive educators capable of catalyzing community and environmental stewardship.
Visit the campus on Bainbridge Island and see all that current graduate students have accomplished over the past 10 months. Meet staff and faculty, tour the campus, and watch as our current class of students present on coursework to their friends and family as they get ready to graduate from the program.
During this visit, you will:
- Meet the staff and faculty responsible for delivering this innovative program.
- Tour the campus. Visit learning spaces and the graduate housing area.
- View presentations and portfolios of current students as they get ready to graduate from the program.
- Learn more about admissions and funding opportunities. Gain insight to the application process and financial aid available to IslandWood students.
Prospective students, recently admitted applicants, or anyone interested in learning more about the Education for Environment & Community Graduate Certificate Program are invited to register. Availability is limited, register soon.
The campus visit includes opportunities to meet with key members of the IslandWood community, a tour of our main campus and graduate housing, and the interfacing with current graduate students.
Demonstrated interest, as shown by attending any campus event, is not a factor in admission to IslandWood’s graduate program in Education for Environment and Community.
It’s easy to find us! We’re just a 35-minute ferry ride from the downtown Seattle ferry dock on the Bainbridge Island ferry. Visit our website for detailed directions on how to get here.
4450 Blakely Avenue NE
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
EXPLORE BAINBRIDGE ISLAND
Bainbridge Island has a rich cultural and natural history worth discovering during your visit. Check out the Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce Visitor’s Guide for more information on where to shop, eat, and explore while you are here.
We work to ensure that all reasonable accommodations are in place so that everyone can fully participate and learn during their time on our campus. All indoor spaces and many of our outdoor spaces and field structures were built and are continually maintained to meet ADA code, adhering to WAC 51-50. If you have any questions, please contact us at 206.855.4300.