Campolindo High School

Campolindo Nicaragua Spring Break 2018

Boaco, Nicaragua

March 30 – April 8, 2018

I definitely gained more confidence and I’m not as shy anymore. I’ve begun to care less of what people think of me and I feel that I can handle anything that comes my way.

Mary Rose Ohlin

GSE Student

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Zoe grew up in Marin County, California, where her love of nature developed into a passion to defend the environment and educate others. Zoe graduated from the University of California in Santa Barbara, earning a B.A. in Environmental Studies with an emphasis in Sustainable Development. While pursuing her degree, she worked for several local nonprofits that focused on providing comprehensive environmental education to students. Through her work at schools she discovered the crucial importance of educating the next generation in order to protect the future of our environment. After graduating, Zoe worked for Marin Sanitary Service, the first curbside recycling collection facility in the nation. As the Outreach and Education Program Coordinator she worked to develop and provide curriculums, informative resources, and direct outreach to schools to help the county reach the zero waste goals. She is excited collaborate and bring her experience to schools in the Contra Costa area. When not working, Zoe spends her time enjoying the outdoors and doing crossfit. Zoe speaks English, French, and some Spanish. Contact Zoe at gro.y1503163039ssabm1503163039etned1503163039utsla1503163039bolg@1503163039eoz1503163039
 
Zoe Pearl – Contra Costa Program Coordinator
 
 

Contra Costa County Program Coordinator

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Global Student Embassy at Campolindo

Campo is the pilot program in Contra Costa County with a biointensive school mini farm. The environmental science class meets weekly in the garden as well as the GSE club to help produce thousands of pounds of vegetables that are donated to White Pony Express. The garden at Campo has become an outdoor classroom for biology, art, photo, film, and APES. This year the Fab Five Rotary Clubs and Campolindo donated enough money to build a greenhouse, which will be placed outside of the science classrooms. This will become an additional outdoor classroom and will grow seedlings for the entire district.

The community is a place of the highest importance. I have learned to be more honest and helpful within a group; providing constructive criticism and doing my share. Knowing how to work together is what makes a community.

Jamison Burks

GSE Student