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Terasa YoungLynches River Environmental Discovery Center Supervisor
...Terasa YoungOriginally from upstate New York, Terasa moved to South Carolina in 1996 to attend Coastal Carolina University.While studying at CCU, she conducted research on the foraging preference of ghost crabs on Waites Island, SC.She also worked as an undergraduate staff member of Jump for the Sun; an NSF funded grant to encourage women and girls in Math and Science.After graduating in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science, Magna Cum Laude, she taught Biology with Horry County Schools.She then served as Education Program Coordinator and later as Program Director for the Children's Museum of South Carolina.Seeking to share her love of nature with others she joined the Florence County Recreation Department as the Environmental Discovery Center Supervisor (EDC) in July 2007.As Supervisor, she manages the operation of the EDC and oversees the development and implementation of environmental education and outdoor recreational programs and services.
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EDC Coordinator Terasa Young commented that "visitors will observe, measure and experience nature for themselves.
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Attn: Terasa Young2501 North Kings HighwayMyrtle Beach, SC 29577
The Children's Museum of South Carolina - Newsletter
Terasa Young, Educational Programs Coordinator
Earth Day isn't only an opportune ...
Earth Day isn't only an opportune time to learn about saving energy, but it's also a good time to learn more about the creatures that co-exist on the planet with humans, said Terasa Young, supervisor of the park's Environmental Discovery Center.
had some of the center's "residents" including a turtle and a corn snake named Steve on hand to greet some of the visitors to the park.