What’s the difference between learning in a classroom and taking one of our courses? Polar bears of course! Our Education Committee ensures our programs are relevant, hands-on and delivered in a way to motivate students to become ambassadors of polar bears and take action on climate change.
Our Education Committee:
Dylan McCart – Conservation Coordinator, Cochrane Polar Bear Habitat. Dylan is responsible for developing and supervising our education programs.
Renelle Belisle – Councillor, Town of Cochrane
Scott Tracey – Teacher, Aileen Wright Catholic School
Valerie Dumoulin – Valerie Dumoulin is the current Vice-Principal at Cochrane Public School. Valerie has been involved in Education for over 20 years, teaching in a variety of roles and locations. She is also a proud member of the Taykwa Tagamou First Nation.
Kim Rozon – GIS education specialist with CreeGeo Education. Kim is currently working on completing a Climate Change Education program with PBH as well.