Oakland Tech High School

 
 

Starting up at Oakland Tech this fall, GSE is excited to collaborate with the Tech community to beautify the school’s campus, grow food, and tackle environmental issues one veggie at a time. With the help of Mr. Joseph Senn, Ms. Deborah Greene, and many others, GSE has begun to develop a network of passionate teachers, staff, and students who are ready to put the garden space to good use. Both at the school garden and outside of school in the GSE Fellowship, Tech students are sure to sustainably impact their local communities. We can’t wait to see what’s growing at Tech soon! 

Eco-Action Club

Mondays at lunch,
Room 13

Garden Workdays

Mondays after school,
Oakland Tech Garden

Alameda Fellowship

Every other Thursday
5-7pm,
Ecology Center and
PLACE for Sustainable Living

 
 

Get Involved

 
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View Your School Trip

Work alongside students in Latin America on projects in their communities, practice your Spanish, experience the culture and natural beauty of their country and reflect on your growth as a leader.

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Apply To Be A Fellow

Develop projects with your peers that address pressing social and environmental issues, while building leadership skills (and an impressive resume!) in a fun and safe environment.

 
 

 

Meet Your Educator, Molly Brodsky

 
 
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Originally from New Jersey, Molly first fell in love with sustainable agriculture when she moved to the Midwest to study at Washington University in St. Louis. While at Wash U, Molly earned her B.A in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Environmental Anthropology and developed her passion for the ways identity, community, food, and green space intersect. Inspired to tackle social and environmental issues holistically, Molly understands the garden as a tool to connect diverse groups of individuals, address social justice issues, and build both healthy communities and ecosystems.

Molly’s educational experiences are rooted in a decade of attending and staffing Jewish experiential education summer camp, where she still visits to facilitate staff training on diversity and storytelling. While in St. Louis, Molly coordinated a farm-based leadership program for new college students and collaborated with teachers in Ferguson, MO to develop a tutoring program for St. Louis youth. Most recently, Molly conducted a two-year research project exploring the relationship between gender and agriculture in the United States and India, during which she spent time on woman-run farms in Vermont, Northern California, and Dehradun, India interviewing and working with women farmers. Molly is excited to engage her students in Alameda County to cultivate their own roles in environmental activism by connecting their local experiences to the global food system.