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Community and Career Development

We are preparing changemakers for a just and sustainable future. Our forward thinking, student centric approach provides opportunities to welcome prospective changemakers to learn more about us with a robust offering of reach ahead activities for high schools.

We have also developed new career-ready programs that provide our students with employability skills needed for jobs in any sector. Explore how we can work with your school or organization and let’s get connected!

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High School Outreach

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We are dedicated to inspiring the next generation of global citizens & local changemakers in your high school. Whether it is through hands-on workshops or mock lectures, lesson plans and curriculum resources or community events and conferences, we offer several ways to connect your students to our experts.

Our goal is to assist you in enhancing environmental, sustainable, and social justice education in your classrooms, we offer a series of dynamic programs that will engage and inspire your students to turn their passion for making positive change into a professional pathway. We, also, offer several professional development opportunities for educators with our local community partners.

Services for Employers

Hire an intern! Empower future changemakers while also inspiring your organization with the fresh perspectives and valuable insights of our students, who have the diverse skills necessary to meet the challenges of your evolving workplace.

Hire an Intern

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In the Workplace

Be Career Ready! Earn credits while working for one of our amazing community partners.

We want to ensure our students are career ready. In preparation for graduation, we provide the opportunity for students to develop in-demand professional working skills and competencies with partner organizations through work placements.

Students earn credit by working with community organizations and demonstrating autonomy and professional capacity, while learning to link their concrete experience with course theory.