Category Archives: Courses, Webinars & Conferences

Vermont Youth Environmental Summit seeking workshop presenters & exhibitors

YES is an annual event for middle and high school students who want to learn about environmental issues and find ways to take action. This year’s Summit will take place on November 2, 2017 at the Barre Civic Center. We are looking for workshops on a variety of topics and ideas!  Topics of interest include: […]

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This Saturday: Yoga and Herbs for Joyful and Resilient Activism!

“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.” – Audre Lord Join us this Saturday for Sustainable Leadership: Yoga and Herbs for Joyful and Resilient Action May 20th, 3-6pm Are you an activist or leader in your community? Do you strive to balance the needs of […]

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Middlebury’s 6th Annual June Forum on Creativity, Innovation & Social Entrepreneurship

To register for the June Forum, please visit the Middlebury College Box Office. Regular: $500 Locally-sourced food and rustic lodging included.  Vermont Special (no housing): $275 Why attend the June Forum? Because you want to make a difference through education and social innovation. This year’s June Forum, “From Local to Global: Exploring the Changemaking Continuum,” will bring together […]

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AASHE’s Centers for Sustainability Across the Curriculum Workshops Summer Events

We are pleased to invite you to upcoming workshops at AASHE Centers for Sustainability Across the Curriculum. In partnership with AASHE, these events are designed to accelerate the infusion of sustainability content into the curriculum by increasing the availability and accessibility of sustainably focused faculty development opportunities. The centers’ events are available to all faculty […]

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Register now: Hands-on Summer and Fall UVM Course with Healing Plants

SL ENVS 195: Plant-based Healing Medicine Offered both Summer and Fall 2017 Summer: TWR 9-12:45  STILL SPACE LEFT in this hands on summer intensive- we spend half the time outside!!! Fall: W 12-3pm Not a UVM Student?  You can still register for the summer classes at https://www.uvm.edu/~summer/. VSAC funding available. Join Community Herbalist and Co-founder of RAILYARD Apothecary […]

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Students for Zero Waste ’17: Early Registration, Call for Proposals, Keynote Announcement

Add Your Voice to the Movement. We need your skills and experience to make the upcoming Students for Zero Waste ’17 Conference the best that it can be. Submit a workshop proposal (for a 30 minute workshop, 50 minute workshop, or 45 minute activity break) by June 1st! Click the button below for more details. Submit a […]

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Hesselbein Student Leadership Summit for Student Leadership & Civic Engagement

Hesselbein Student Leadership Summit for Student Leadership & Civic Engagement All-expense paid 4-day leadership conference July 22-25, 2017 University of Pittsburgh Both US and non-US citizens can apply! The Summit is an opportunity to gain leadership training, global perspective, and mentoring from distinguished professionals in the fields of business, government, education, and not-for-profit. Please encourage […]

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Explore Sustainability, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with AASHE this Summer

AASHE’s Sustainability, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Workshop Discover how you can help close the opportunity gap, connect diversity and sustainability initiatives on campus, create community partnerships and more through the Sustainability, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Workshop on June 28 – 30. This important workshop will include real life examples, strategies and tactics to support successful […]

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Virtual career fair – meet 3 experts changing the face of STEM!

Meet Three Experts Changing the Face of STEM A career in STEM can be incredibly exciting—especially when it’s your job to study American black bears in the Western Great Basin, to advocate for the benefits nature provides to people in cities, or to act as a test engineer on airplane engines. Sounds awesome, doesn’t it? […]

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