CEC Houston is pleased to welcome American YouthWorks as one of CEC’s newest member organizations.
Established in 1975, their purpose is to provide opportunities for youth to grow and serve. Founder Richard Halpin began AYW as a GED and literacy program for incarcerated youth of Austin. The organization now serves the entire community of Austin, helping young people realize their full potential with primary programs of YouthBuild Austin (1997) and Texas Conservation Corps (1993).
CEC Houston is pleased to welcome the Rice Environmental Analysis Program as one of CEC’s newest member organizations.
The Rice Environmental Analysis Program is a cross-disciplinary effort to incorporate courses from environmental science, earth science, statistics, chemistry, ecology, and evolutionary biology, mechanical engineering, applied mathematics, chemical engineering, economics, computer science, and sociology. The program is geared to teach students rigorous methods that are needed by industrial and governmental organizations to deal with environmental issues. Graduates are prepared with skills and knowledge valuable to environmental consulting firms, energy production companies, and government agencies.
CEC is delighted to welcome Save Buffalo Bayou to the Citizens’ Environmental Coalition.
4121 Mandell #3, Houston, TX 77006
Board Founding President: Frank C. Smith, Jr.
Executive Director: Susan Chadwick
Save Buffalo Bayou’s motto is “Working with Nature, Not Against it.” Save Buffalo Bayou is focused on educating and furthering more understanding about the natural lifecycle of our rivers, addressing the real issues behind flooding, behind erosion of property, the pollution of our waters, and protecting this irreplaceable resource in the middle of our city. Save Buffalo Bayou is a 501c3 nonprofit association.