ProjectExplorer

FAQ

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Is ProjectExplorer.org really free?
Yes! Thanks to our generous corporate sponsors, supporters, and donors, ProjectExplorer.org is provided at NO cost; all we ask of you is please take a moment to register to provide some very basic information that will help us tailor our tools and resources to our audience.

By registering, you’ll be notified when new video episode are added to current programs and previous .series

How can I request a school visit from the ProjectExplorer.org team?
ProjectExplorer.org offers fully customizable on-site and virtual visits as well as professional development opportunities for educators. Each of our Four Passport Programs. are designed to prepare teachers and students to meet or exceed state standards.

If you are interested in having the ProjectExplorer.org team visit your school, please contact us education@projectexplorer.org

How can I work for ProjectExplorer.org?
We have an extremely small staff and therefore do not typically have job openings for our travelling crew.


However, there are a number of ways you can become involved with ProjectExplorer.org: become a contributing educator or editor, provide feedback on how you use our programming in the classroom or at home, or support our work by sharing it via your social media channels.

Does ProjectExplorer.org provide consultancy services for new or existing non-profit organizations?
While ProjectExplorer.org focuses solely on creating and funding our own original programming, select members of the organization are occasionally available to consult on a per-project or hourly basis. Rates vary based on the scope of the project.

Does ProjectExplorer.org partner with other non-profits?
ProjectExplorer.org will occasionally partner with other non-profit organizations whose work and mission fits with our current programming.

Do you accept proposals or treatments for original programming?

Unfortunately, ProjectExplorer.org is unable to accept unsolicited treatments and proposal submissions. ProjectExplorer.org focuses solely on creating and funding our own original programming.

How do I report an error or typo?

Nobody is perfect. While we have combed the website for hours and made every effort to ensure that our site is typo-free, we occasionally miss a letter or two. Please let us know at help@projectexplorer.org and we will address it as soon as we can.

If you’d like more information about ProjectExplorer.org in the classroom, please contact us at education@projectexplorer.org. We encourage feedback, comments and suggestions for future series.