Beehive 5 Under 25


Photo credit: Danni Washington. From left to right: Lucila, Connel, Ankita, Leandra, and Danni.

CONGRATULATIONS to our 2018 Beehive 5 Under 25 Awardees!

Come hear what they have to say when they speak on a special Panel at the 2018 Utah Environmental Education Conference!

USEE is pleased to announce the first annual Beehive 5 Under 25 recognition program! The Beehive 5 Under 25 program is searching for individuals in Utah, 25 years old or younger, who are game changers in their communities. These young people are taking on leadership positions to make a difference for the planet. They are engaging their communities, building relationships, and using the power of education to create change.

These youth are also recognizing the importance of diversity, inclusion, and equity and applying those principles to their work. We look forward to finding these remarkable young leaders and sharing their stories with EE enthusiasts in Utah! If you fit this description or know someone who does, please submit a nomination through our brief online application. 

The 2018 application for Beehive 5 Under 25 is now CLOSED. Open April 15 to June 15, 2018. 

Click here to preview the application (PDF) 

All 5 finalists will have full conference registration paid for thanks to the generous sponsorship of:

quinney logo dkgreen 1    Quinney College of Natural Resources

Melissa & Trent Halvorsen

Jack Greene

Finalists will be eligible to join us at the USEE conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, on September 15, 2018, to speak on a panel during a conference session. 

The application process will be open April 15 to June 15, 2018, at 11:59pm MDT and is open to leaders 25 years old or younger from Utah. You are welcome to nominate yourself, or nominate colleagues and friends.

If you have any questions, please contact Jackie Lowry at

What is USEE?

The Utah Society for Environmental Education (USEE), a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit, has been a statewide leader in promoting high quality environmental education in Utah since 1981. USEE encourages environmental literacy by teaching Utahans how to think, not what to think, about the environment.

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