Students for Environmental Equity (SEE)

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Students for Environmental Equity (SEE) Fellows partner with university-assisted community schools in West Philadelphia to address local environmental health needs and support the development of skills needed for a sustainable and equitable future. Through curricular and cocurricular opportunities, K–12 and college students bring their unique assets together in order to collaboratively minimize environmental hazards and increase access to enjoyable, equitable, useful, safe, and ecological resilient outdoor and indoor spaces in our communities. We mutually develop practical skills that support these goals, including the ability to restore and maintain gardens, audit environments and behaviors, weatherize buildings, become effective advocates and educators, enter green job pathways, collaborate with our local partners, and more. 


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Basic Info

0 Registered (20 - 50 Members)

Currently Accepting Members

Application Required

Both Semesters


How to Get Involved

Netter Center Point of Contact: Anna Balfanz at


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