Learn how to lead activities that teach children how to treat animals with care and kindness.
NHES offers custom nationwide humane education workshops for elementary schools who want to incorporate humane education into their classrooms and animal rescues seeking to begin or expand humane education outreach programs in their own communities. Workshops are led by the NHES humane education team and may take place on-site at The NHES Campus or at your facility.
Attendees will learn how to lead youth activities that teach:
Elementary teachers will learn ways to address these topics while simultaneously building students’ skills in reading, writing, art, math, science, and critical thinking. Humane education programs can complement a school’s existing character-development or anti-bullying program.
Staff and volunteers of animal rescue organizations will learn how to expand humane education in their communities. Our experienced humane educators will help your staff acquire the knowledge and tools they will need to develop a procedure for safe educational tours of your rescue, effective school presentations, and humane education camps.
Our workshops are not “one size fits all.” We work with the unique needs of each facility to make sure attendees get the most out of their humane education workshop. Please call NHES Humane Education Coordinator, Megan Flinn at 304-725-0506 X 205 or email email@example.com for more information! You can also request a date for a workshop at no obligation via the contact request form below.
5-20 participants: $40 per person
Registration fee includes:
1 Copy of Teaching Kindness Handbook
1 Copy of “Buddy Unchained”
1 Flash Drive with Templates, Resources, Slides, and Handouts
Vegetarian lunch and refreshments (when hosted on-site at the NHES Campus)
“We were so happy to have Megan and Megan from NHES train the HART staff on providing humane education activities to children in our community. The workshop was incredible, and a good number of ideas were generated for upcoming programs! Thank you, The National Humane Education Society! And thank you, Megan and Megan!” -H.A.R.T for Animals in Accident, Maryland
“Thank you both so much for the wonderful workshop! I just wanted to let you know that I have already been able to utilize my training! Thank you too for all of the goodies you sent with us. You have a wonderful program.” -Humane Society of Warren County, Virginia