Student Wave - Student Correspondents Corps

Student Correspondents Corps

Students filming by the Bay. Photo credit CBF Staff. Photo by CBF Staff

WHAT'S HAPPENING. TOLD BY STUDENTS. TO STUDENTS.

 

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation Student Correspondents Corps was a group of leading student voices for the Bay. It ran for three seasons during 2014. The students documented their own student action stories, learned and shared CBF's position on Bay issues, fostered student leadership, photographed nature, and built skills in communication and advocacy.

Certified Student Correspondents���received a certificate, CBF gear, and were featured on this webpage. There were two ways to get certified (details below): social media and blogging.

High school student volunteer opportunity���CBF was able to sign off on service learning hours for those who were involved.

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