The Humane Education Association, a nonprofit organization based in Newark, New Jersey, is part of the largest Humane Education Alliance, a consortium of more than 80 organizations that offer humane education to children and youth in nearly 70 countries.
The association offers educational opportunities in a variety of fields and disciplines, including children’s books, music, dance, art, science, and crafts.
The group has been active since 2000, with about 20 chapters in the United States, but its latest expansion is focused on providing humane education for kids in the U.S.
A group of four students from Newark High School, a magnet school in the city, met last month with the group’s vice president, Michael Ochs, and an executive vice president of the nonprofit organization, Sara Parekh.
Och says that the group is considering creating an English-language resource center in the Newark area.
The Newark school district has had the Humane Educational Center since 2009.
Pare ksays that they are currently looking at ways to expand their education offerings to more districts.
“We have about 20 kids in Newark at the moment,” Parek says.
“We have a lot of students who are coming in, but we don’t have enough to go around.
That’s the issue with the kids who come here: There is so much demand for education, but they can’t afford it.”
As a nonprofit, the Humane education Alliance can’t offer tuition or other fees for its students, but it can sponsor them for internships, as well as pay for books, software, supplies, and travel.
They also sponsor the charter schools of students.
They offer a website, which is open to the public, that includes information about their programs and students.
Pare k says the organization offers free, confidential online classes to students from kindergarten through 12th grade, including a program for preschoolers.
The group also offers a website that offers information about its programs and provides students with job placement information.
Pares says the group has partnered with several employers and has been featured on a variety TV shows.
For example, it has been an advocate for the company that owns a playground in Newark.
“They’re a very successful organization,” Pares says.
She says the nonprofit’s mission is to help educate children about the importance of animal rights, which she says is a cornerstone of the humane education movement.
“If we’re going to do something to help people, we need to start with them,” she says.
“As a non-profit, we’re not required to take in any funds from the government,” Ples says.
Perek says she is not sure if the group will be looking for funding from government in the future, but she does know that they would like to have more than one school.
“It would be a shame if we don in some way have a school with animals in it, because we are trying to provide educational opportunities for children of all ages,” she adds.
The Humane Education Center is now looking for volunteers to help in its education efforts.
Pares hopes that the students will have fun and learn more about the animals they encounter in the schools.