Outdoor Science Exploration and Classroom Science Fun provides the highest quality science teaching. OSE/CSF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that focuses on science education. Our highest goal is to teach science fundamentals and increase public awareness, interest and understanding of science.
This award winning nonprofit offers 3 science programs for grades 2-11. These include
- school series of classes during the day and afterschool
- 5 weeks of summer field trips, and
- a week of backpacking in Yosemite.
The active learning curriculum is student-centered with activities based on fun hands-on learning activities and experiments that encourage and nurture science literacy. We realize the immense importance of effective science education for advanced school choices, job opportunities, lifetime earnings and for contributing to our future's scientific capital.
IRVIN LINDSEY is a Master Teacher and manages the day to day operation of OSE/CSF. He is a recipient of the United Way Community Hero Award and the RAFT Hands-On Teaching Award, and an accomplished science teacher in practice for more than 24 years. He has taught sciences in the classroom and outdoors from kindergarten through college and enjoys a special talent for connecting with students of many ages. His most recent studies include advances in health and nutrition and the vast importance of effective science education. He and DIANE CORNELL founded this nonprofit science education foundation in 1996.
Phone: (831) 419-2147 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org