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Default New Training Dates Scheduled for Fishing in Schools Program

Please pass this information from Katie Cole of the Fishing for Schools program along to any teachers you know who'd like to get their kids involved in the outdoors.

The National Fishing in Schools Program would like to share some exciting opportunities with you. Described below are several scheduled training dates you or your associates may be interested in attending. They are offered for certification of both NFSP Level 1 Teachers and NFSP Level 2 Teacher Trainers.

And, as the 2012-2013 school year comes to a close, if you/your school or institution are not already participating in "Fishing in Schools", we want to invite you to apply. With a new grant cycle underway for the ensuing fiscal year, the Fishing Education Foundation and our partners welcome you/your school to apply for funding to get help you get started with the program.

Training/Certification - Where & When
o Albuquerque, New Mexico . . . June 12 & 13, Bosque School, Level 1 & Level 2
o Baltimore, Maryland . . . June 17, Benjamin Franklin High School, Level 1
o Harrisonburg, Virginia. . . July 14, HPAI Conference registration required, James Madison University, Level 1
o Shepardstown, West Virginia . . . July 30, National Conservation Training Center, Level 1 (restricted registration, please contact me directly.)
To register for a training session, or to review details, please visit our website: Teacher Training
To apply for the program , please do so online: NFSP Application

If you have any questions regarding the program, the current funding opportunities for your school or institution, or training, please get in touch with me.

Thank you!

Contact

Katie Cole
Program Manager
National Fishing in Schools Program
970.708.9373
katiemcole@fishinginschools.org
Fishing in Schools
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