[SPN-Discussion] Sustainability Leadership, Weekend Training Workshop for undergrads and recent grads, March 6-8
ebangood at bard.edu
Mon Jan 6 05:17:45 PST 2020
Colleagues, Please circulate to students & recent grads. Please also mark your calendars for the 4.7.20 Power Dialog, with university-sponsored, state-level climate solutions webinars in all 50 states: solveclimateby2030.org. Best for 2020, Eban
Sustainability Leadership Training, 3.6-8 2020 / Gain the Knowledge to Change the Future
The C2C Fellows Network at the Bard Center for Environmental Policy is a national program for undergraduates and recent graduates aspiring to leadership work in sustainability policy, NGO’s and business. C2C’s intensive skills-based weekend workshops include young people from across the country. The $30 registration fee includes meals and housing. Students often receive funding to attend this conference from their student governments or sustainability offices.
Led by Dr. Eban Goodstein, Director of Bard’s Center for Environmental Policy, C2C trainings focus on key leadership skills: vision, courage, developing your network, telling your story, and raising funds.
Graduates of the workshops join a national network with access to continuing educational and professional opportunities, including dedicated scholarships to attend Bard’s Graduate Programs in Sustainability: Masters of Science degrees in Environmental Policy and Climate Science and Policy and the Bard MBA in Sustainability.
C2C Fellows are leaders whose vision is to make a difference soon. Our mission is to accelerate their life’s work.
Registration: $30 includes meals and housing.
Conference begins at 5 PM Friday 3/6 and ends on 12 noon Sunday 3/8.
Bard College is 90 miles north of New York City, and is easily accessible by Amtrak from Penn Station in NYC.
Questions? Please contact Lozen Benson, lb1466 at bard.edu
Eban Goodstein / Director, Graduate Programs in Sustainability / Bard College
MBA in Sustainability
MS in Environmental Policy and MS in Climate Science and Policy
M. Ed in Environmental Education
ebangood at bard.edu
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