The Healthy Earth Organization's programs seek to serve all young people with tools, resources, and experiences that spark wonder, discovery and critical thinking.
Each program tailors its approach to the individual and develops a deeper understanding of science and how it impacts our daily lives to generate change on global environmental issues.
Students in THEO's early learning programs will experience a mix of art, science, and play to unlock critical thinking to create a long-lasting understanding of the natural world.
THEO's youth leadership training programs engage students through skill-building exercises, projects, and q & a's with scientists, engineers, and other sustainability experts and provide experiences to develop a sense of wonder and discovery towards climate resiliency.
THEO's STEM teacher literacy program brings in experts to teach early learning teachers the amazing fun ways they can empower the children to be more environmentally conscience in their lives.
THEO's volunteer programs match each volunteer to one of our many projects depending on their age, health, and experience. Participants can choose from a wide range of local or national opportunities.
THEO's captain certificate is a six-month-long program instilling leadership, problem-solving, and teamwork. This certification will provide internships and other opportunities within our youth programs.