Emily Pruett a new Education Intern here at Cabrillo is a native San Diegan who has just returned from Hawaii where she worked on the Education team at World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument. She is so happy to be home and looks forward to working with the team at Cabrillo National Monument and helping to advance its Military History by creating a High School curriculum focusing on the topic and meeting the new state and national standards. In her spare time she is a proud navy wife, mom and volunteer!
Danielle Cardiff was added to the Cabrillo National Monument team in March 2016 as an education intern. She is currently working towards her Bachelor’s degree in Sustainability at San Diego State University. Her passion for environmental ethics and her previous wildlife experience put her on a dynamic pathway for wilderness education. Since joining the team, Danielle has created over twenty projects for Cabrillo’s Boy and Girl Scout Ranger program. Moreover, she has developed a new snake curriculum, which utilizes Cabrillo National Monument’s reptile ambassadors in themed weekly educational events. Danielle has always loved nature, and has camped, hiked, and ridden horses since she was a kid. She plans to continue her effort with the National Park Service, and wants to focus on expanding programs in the Interpretation Department.
Tiffanie Glaze has a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the University of California, San Diego and has a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education. She has over seven years of teaching experience in a wide variety of settings. Tiffanie has taught ESL in South Korea and for the Department of Defense in 2nd and 5th grade classrooms for military students. Her experience as a Teacher-Ranger-Teacher at Cabrillo National Monument for the summer, gave her insights to both place-based and experiential learning. In addition, she is a trail guide for Mission Trails Regional Park and leads nature hikes for the public. Currently Tiffanie is an intern for Cabrillo National Monument working in the Education Division. She will be working on bringing Cabrillo Education Programs out to Sand Diego County students through school outreach programs.
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It’s so nice to put names and faces together. What an amazing group!