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Empower Students, Empower the World
Note Green Tower Sustainability is no longer active.
Green Tower Sustainability’s (GTS), mission is to provide free virtual mentor services, resources and leadership training to environmentally and socially progressive student groups on college campuses around the world. Using a business framework, GTS’s team of experts provide key resources to enable student organizations to be effective change agents for sustainability. GTS is a project of Green2Gold and the Environmental Education Group.
Learn from Our Model: The creators of Green Tower Sustainability worked with dozens of students and volunteers to create a virtual network to share best practices for college student sustainability leaders. GTS conducted dozens of virtual mentorship calls and provided several workshops and regular online content to students. The mission to help sustainable student leaders enhance their positive impact is very important as college students tend to lead the way in many important social and environmental movements for change world-wide. We would be more than willing to share what we learned with any organizations interested in virtual mentorship to promote positive social or environmental change (as long as the service is free for students). We learned a great deal about what tactics worked to engage with students virtually and which ones didn’t, how students react to such programming, how to recruit volunteers, staff and members (and much more). If you have any questions, please contact: Ian.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank You to Everyone Who Supported Us! Your efforts are truly appreciated.
Free 2012 Roundtable Discussions:
To attend you must register: Please see the roundtable schedule for each roundtable discussion’s registration link.
What?: What is a roundtable call?: A Roundtable call is a FREE recurring meeting designed to provide ongoing support for one particular project area such as “Sustainable Events” or “Green Fees”. We also have general roundtable calls for general organizational strategies and troubleshooting.
Who?: Current college sustainable student leaders can attend for FREE and can ask GTS mentors a variety of questions related to the topic being discussed. Mentors attending are carefully chosen based off of their past experience making change on college campuses. Mentors will be available to share resources and provide ongoing project support.
When?: Different roundtable discussions take place at different times. The current schedule can be found here. We are constantly expanding our roundtable program and are doing so based off of our current members needs. If you would like to suggest a topic for a recurring roundtable discussion, please contact us at email@example.com.
How long?: Roundtable discussions last an 1 hour and 30 minutes. Students who submit their questions or what they need covered in the meeting during the event registration.
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Free Services We Provide Between Roundtable Discussions:
- Access to our network of GTS Mentors (former student sustainability leaders) who mentor and provide resources to current student leaders
- Merchandising & fundraising strategies
- Project and event support from planning to implementation
- Marketing and website assistance
- Leadership coaching
- Tutorials on how to develop a compelling business case for sustainability
- Effective campus networking and coalition building strategies
- Workshops, webinars, and leadership retreats
- Access to the Student Organization Resource Center (and much more)
The above free services are available to individual student groups between roundtable discussions upon request by clicking this link:BECOME A GTS MEMBER
Click here: to see member testimonials and community support of GTS.
To find out more information contact Green Tower Sustainability at (949) 208-1566 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.