How to Become a Sustainability Educator

Are you interested in:

 

  • Educating others about complex sustainability issues?
  • Applying sustainability learning in community-based settings?
  • Working collaboratively and developing networks with diverse others for sustainable change?
  • Envisioning and creating sustainable solutions incorporating indigenous and holistic perspectives?
  • Developing the skills needed to offer effective leadership for sustainability?
  • Developing a deeper understanding of sustainability as interconnected relationships between ecological, socio-cultural, political, economic, and ethical aspects?
  • Critically examining dominant systems and paradigms and analyzing complex interrelated sustainability issues?
  • Approaching sustainability with hope and resiliency?
  • Learning within a cohort of dedicated sustainability educators?

Are you committed to:

  • Social, ecological, and economic justice?
  • Education that is empowering and makes a difference in people’s lives?
  • Learning and teaching multiple perspectives including multicultural, interdisciplinary, intergenerational, indigenous, local, and global?
  • Bio-cultural diversity and ecological restoration?
  • Integrating theory, research, and assessment, into your work?