How It Works

A couple of key things to remember as we go through the process: Planning for climate change is no easy task and at times can seem overwhelming, but you are not alone. Talk with your mentor, your peers, your parents / guardians, be open to other points of view. Do not be afraid to ask questions or receive feedback.

Are you ready to take on the challenge? Here are your next steps:

                • Read through the YCP Information Booklet
                • Speak to your science teacher and parents/guardian abut the project, they will be an important part of the process
                • Complete the YCP Intent to Participate form on
                • Begin your research
                • Mid-point check-in with YCP
                • Create your presentation video and submit by deadline (March 11th, 2024, no late submissions will be accepted)
                • Please see Rubric below for expectations

Youth Climate Project Intent to Participate

Homeschool Family Information

Homeschoolers within the Youth Climate Project participation area are welcomed and encouraged to join us for this exciting project. It is understood that homeschool families may have teaching styles and age differences in comparison to the public school system. Here are the participation requirements for our homeschool students:

          • Be considered a high school senior based on curriculum level
          • Live within designated area of Youth Climate Project participation map
          • Follow the given Rubric for project expectations
          • Adult project mentor or parent / guardian as mentor for your project work. Special note - We encourage you to seek out a non-family member mentor within the field of conservation or other environmental science. 
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software