Weston, CT, April 11, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Future Frogmen, the grassroots student-led environmental education initiative, announces the launch of their new website, www.futurefrogmen.org.
“This is an exciting next step because we can take the past years work to a new level”, said Connecticut’s Berlin High School Senior and Future Frogmen Co-Founder, Hetal Patel.
Richard E. Hyman, Co-Founder and Executive Director added, “Future Frogmen is committed to environmental education. We’re focused on our water planet, e.g. streams, rivers, lakes, and oceans, plus leadership development. It’s exciting to see students expanding their networks, and the mutual respect and mentoring, between high school, university undergraduate, and graduate, e.g. Masters and PhD candidates. Professors and faculty have enthusiastically engaged, as have are other collaborators, partners and followers. It’s important to note that students do not need to be majoring in science. Everyone is welcome to get involved with Future Frogmen, e.g. write a blog or a poem, contribute art, photography, video, even music, help us with social media or the website, become a manager, plan, facilitate or attend an event. So many academic and professional fields touch water around the planet, including business, communications & journalism, computer science, education, engineering, environmental studies, film & television, health studies, humanitarian action, and politics. The possibilities are endless and the future is bright!”
Founded in 2017, Future Frogmen is now being organized as a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
For more information contact:
Richard E. Hyman