Big News: Nature Links now offers classes on Tuesday/Thursday as well! Join Now!

Enrollment is open for this program.

Expressive Earth/Fall M-W-F (rolling admission)

Learn about climate change and express yourself through videography, art, dance, and gardening. Students will have a public art show at the end of this session.

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Community Connections/Fall T-TH (rolling admission)

Participants will have the opportunity to socialize, learn about nature/growing, experience Biscayne Bay through water sports and education. Students will learn basic cooking skills, and have work/study opportunities and be exposed to what our local community has to offer.

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Youtube Channel

You can visit our Youtube channel and check out wonderful student-made videos and more at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-JtDsVNlJvELrouAD-gYuw

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Public Space Challenge!

Hello All,

Our class has come up with a proposal for the public space challenge 2018! Help us out by liking and commenting on our proposal.

Vote for us here: Click on me! Every vote counts. Just click on the heart icon and like our proposal. You can also read a summary of our proposal at the above link.

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Our Former Students Working at Frost!

We are so proud of our former students who have taken what they learned from our program out into the world. Through a unique partnership with Frost Science Museum, Nature Links has been able to place two of our students into volunteer/job positions.

We are continuing our Partnership with Frost and will continue to work with them on creating an inclusive museum experience for all people.

Sign up for our Spring Session! Starting March 19, 2018! Positions are limited, so don’t wait.

 

 

 

SUMMER SESSION

This summer, we worked on fun hands-on activities around the life/job skills topics of advocacy– sticking up for ourselves and others, feeling what others are feeling, and aiming to build relationships of trust with people. We even had guest speaker Denise Prehay, who identifies as a person who advocates for people who are oppressed, visit class to ask us questions and discuss her disability self-advocacy work. Finally, we plan to take some field trips—including one to the new science museum—this week! It has been wonderful working with you all this session and learning from all you have brought to class.