WE BUILT NASHVILLE’S FIRST MOBILE SUSTAINABILITY LAB
The Mobile Lab reaches diverse and underserved populations to enhance middle and high schools’ science and technology curricula and inspire sustainable behaviors. This free, cutting-edge programming for Nashville public schools creates ongoing educational, mentoring, and relationship-building opportunities.
Want the Mobile Lab to come to you?
We are concluding our Spring 2017 visits in May and would love to connect to your summer programs, camps, and events. Sign up now!
DEAR TEACHER, SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR, OR PARENT:
Urban Green Lab is here to bring your students a unique mobile field trip, complimenting their science curriculum and providing a fun and memorable experience of sustainability education. Check out our one-pager here.
Launched in February 2016, the lab explores 5 important topics in sustainability: energy, water, green building, food & agriculture, and sustainable transportation. It challenges students to make everyday choices that save money, resources, and improve their quality of life. Developed in collaboration with teachers, school staff, and students, the mobile lab prevents the need to spend time, energy, and money on permission slips and school buses by bringing hands on activities directly to you. The lab connects classroom learning with real world applications, employing problem-based learning and interactive activities. As a service to our Nashville community, the mobile lab is offered free of charge to Metro Nashville Public Middle and High Schools and will be available for a reasonable rate to private and home schools, community organizations, and businesses. Interested in having the Mobile Lab at your school or organization? Sign up below!