Encouraging students to think differently about the world.
Exploring a variety of environmental issues and engaging in creative problem solving: developing a deeper understanding of environmental concerns and learning how to make informed and sustainable decisions.
Conservation is at the core of everything we do.
The Elevation Project offers high school students an immersive, multi-faceted service learning program offered directly through their school. Our curriculum encourage students to think for themselves, while bringing awareness to social inequality, economic sustainability, and conservation. Students participate in local service projects and meetings, and have the opportunity to attend a summer international expedition, where they work together on a large project and learn about the culture and challenges of their destination. This approach allows our students to truly become Global Citizens.
What makes TEP so unique is that we've already done all the legwork. Educators are provided with all curriculum materials, lesson plans, and leadership project outlines, as well as thorough instruction on our teaching philosophy and suggestions for creating successful after-school clubs and international expeditions.
If you are an educator interested in offering the TEP program at your school, please email us to order a teacher packet. The materials you receive dive deeper into our core values and our teaching philosophy, and offers suggestions on after school program activities. You will also have access to our staff who are happy to support you.