Two groups of INVST Community Leadership Program students are currently completing their summer experiences: International Summer Service Learning Experience and Sustainability Education in the US Southwest.
Detroit, Michigan is not a city of ghosts. It is not a city of decay.
Three INVST students through their senior project helped a Centaurus High School student open a new Project YES youth center in Lafayette, LafaYES. The center is 100 percent volunteer run and directed.
INVST graduate Christopher Smith, has built a sustainable "tiny house" in order to make a smaller footprint on Earth and to be more thoughtful about conserving resources.
On average, 40 percent of food in the U.S. goes to waste while one-sixth of the population is considered food insecure.
It is time for CU students to register! All INVST classes are about social and environmental justice and community leadership. Click here for more information about the courses INVST is offering for the Spring 2013 semester.
INVST students participated in one of two Summer Service Learning Experiences this summer. The Domestic Summer Service Learning Experience began with a wilderness adventure in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, where students developed a connection with the natural world.