Volunteer facilitators are the heart and soul of NH Project WET. Over 40 people have been trained to lead WET workshops in New Hampshire. They range in expertise from classroom teachers and seasoned nonformal educators to government personnel and natural resource professionals.
Facilitators serve as guides, helping workshop participants gain a better understanding of NH Project WET - the program, its resources, and the possibilities for learning that it offers. The role of a NH Project WET facilitator is to help participants make their own observations, interpretations, and conclusions about Project WET, and assist them in discovering the potential the program holds for them as educators.
Today, NH Project WET trains its facilitators through a comprehensive facilitator mentoring process. Guidelines describing this process were developed in conjunction with NH Projects WILD and Learning Tree.
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