Introducing PEN 2.0! New Tools. New Resources. New Website.

Dear friends,

I am excited to officially announce the launch of PEN 2.0, our new and improved website! We developed this engaging site to equip you with the latest tools and resources in primate education. Over 25 new materials have been added to our upgraded Resource Library...and 45 more will be accessible to our members soon!

Join us 
By joining PEN, you will receive exclusive opportunities to exchange your project details, resources, challenges, and greatest success stories with other educators.

Join our global community of educators today!

Your membership will be valid for one year from the day you sign up. You can select from three membership levels: professional, student, or developing country national.

Put your project on the map
As a new member, you can start by putting your project on the map! Using PEN's Projects Directory, a members-only benefit, educators anywhere in the world can search for and register their primate education projects.

If you register by June 30th, I will feature your project in PEN's presentation at the International Primatological Society Congress in Hanoi, Vietnam this August!

Register your project on PEN's Projects Directory.

Stay tuned! New member benefits coming soon...
1. Over 45 additional education materials uploaded to Resource Libary
2. Lessons Learned Challenge Prize
3. Primate Education Bibliography
4. Mentorship Program

Become the first to use our new tools, resources, and website! Your membership will give us the support we need to sustain our work and increase our offerings. Together, with your active involvement, we can better serve primate educators across the globe.

On behalf of educators everywhere, thank you for joining us.


Amy Clanin
Founder and Executive Director
Primate Education Network (PEN)

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