Last Thursday, Alhambra High Earth Team closed the year stronger then ever. This team has been faced with many challenges this semester and has over came all of them. They are the smallest earth team within the program, yet one of the strongest. An all female team, each young lady has had to step up to the plate taking on more responsibility to account for the smaller team, and each one of them succeeded with flying colors. The team continued to engage the San Pablo community raising awareness about the many effects of litter on our bay, reaching over 1,600 peers in the community and their own campus in the second semester alone. In addition to the increase in awareness and education, the team was able to prevent nearly 17,000 pieces of litter from entering the local watersheds and harming our Bay habitats and wildlife. All interns have developed tremendously as professionals and can speak about their project to the public with ease and grace.
In celebration of all of their hard work, the interns were awarded certificates of achievement by their program coordinator, Jordan DeSilva, and Earth Team board president, Michele Korpos. Seniors were decorated with green Earth Team cords to wear during graduation, and the team spent the afternoon enjoying the near by Martinez Marina and reflecting on their many great experiences throughout the semester. There is no doubt that these humans will continue to enact change in the communities that they thrive in.
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