The Grosvenor Teacher Fellowship

The Grosvenor Teacher Fellow (GTF) Program is a professional development opportunity for Pre-K-12 educators made possible by a partnership between Lindblad Expeditions and the National Geographic Society. An annual competitive application process is used to select educators and host them aboard Lindblad Expeditions’ voyages for a life-changing, field-based experience.  Learn more about how you can become one at this link.

Learn more about the National Geographic and Lindblad Expeditions Grosvenor Teacher Fellowship.

The Grosvenor Teacher Fellow program is a professional development opportunity made possible by a partnership between National Geographic Education and Lindblad Expeditions. The program is named in honor of Gilbert M. Grosvenor, Chairman Emeritus National Geographic Society and Education Foundation Board.
Kelly Meade, Peg Keiner and Sarah Harris, 2017 Grosvenor Teacher Fellows, discuss the the importance of citizen science and how they will take what they learn back to the classroom. Video by Bradford McArthur.
Grosvenor Teacher Fellow Tama Nunnelley, a history and geography teacher from Gunnersville, Alabama, describes the importance of geoliteracy and how her trip has changed the way she will approach her profession in the future. Video by Ashley Karitis aboard the National Geographic Sea Lion on George Island, Alaska.

Interested in becoming a National Geographic Educator or Grosvenor Teacher Fellow yourself?  

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