The Center for Inclusion and Social Change (CISC, formerly CUE) and the Environmental Center are pleased to continue this innovative student training program in Spring of 2019.
The Eco-Social Justice Leadership program empowers students with the knowledge and skills to advance both sustainability and social justice efforts. The purpose of this program is to illuminate the direct correlation of sustainability and social justice work which, in turn, creates an opportunity for student leadership and action surrounding this work on CU campus and beyond. The program will build a community of change agents, explore questions of identity and place, heritage and inheritance, root causes of the global unravelling, and create community solutions. We will examine individual actions and identities as well as global institutions and world views, and different approaches to ecological systems and design. We will also meet with and learn from practitioners in the field.
This program was sparked by the weekend-long Innovation Lab held in January of 2014 with Fight for Light, which was also a partnership between CISC (previously SORCE, CUE) and and the Environmental Center.
The program details are still in development. We will meet weekly starting in Feb though April except school holidays (Spring Break). Sessions will be at least an hour and a half with a possible extended retreat at the beginning.
Applications for the Spring 2019 cohort extended to Jan 3rd, 11:59 pm, 2019.
Michelle Gabrieloff-Parish, Energy & Climate Justice Manager, CU Environmental Center. Founder of Eco-Social Justice Leadership Certificate Program
Eduardo Parra, Coordinator, Center for Inclusion and Social Change (CISC).