Gain the skills and experience to be a sustainability champion in your community!

 

As a member of the community, you can:

 
Sc3 - Student Conservation Corps and Congress
DEVELOP LEADERSHIP SKILLS
Develop leadership skills at our week-long Student Conservation Corps & Congress training.
FIND RESOURCES
FIND RESOURCES
Learn more about sustainability through over 1,000 links to field trips, games, competitions, infographics, documentaries, and more.
GET COLLABORATION SPACE
Get free online space, for groups of 2 or more, to organize and manage your student club efforts.
challenges and contests
PARTICIPATE IN CHALLENGES
Find nationwide competitions and challenges that your school or student club can participate in.
blog
READ AND WRITE BLOGS
Stay informed with what students are thinking about by reading their blogs. Maybe you can be a blogger!
community campaigns
RUN A CAMPAIGN
Take your efforts to the next level and get ideas for your a community campaign or project.
 


Join the Community!


 
 

"I discovered that all over the country, and all over the world, there are people who value nature and who really believe we can save the world. It gave me a new perspective; it showed me people are small, but the differences they can make are big!"  
— Sarah, Sc3 participant, 2015


Read More Sc3 Testimonials
 

Check Out the Student Blogs

  • What is a 'Circular Economy'?
    What is a 'Circular Economy'?
    New GSA Student intern Haen Jennie Cho explores the concept of a 'Circular Economy' and why it's so important in the modern world.    more
  • Environmentalism, Sustainability, And Social Justice
    Environmentalism, Sustainability, And Social Justice
    Environmentalism, sustainability, and social justice are terms often used in relation to and connected with each other. In this post I talk about each of these terms and my relationship throughout my life with them. more
  • Be An Imperfect Environmentalist
    Be An Imperfect Environmentalist
    Previously, when I thought of a “perfect” environmentalist, I pictured someone who composts every day, leaves zero waste, bikes and walks everywhere, and has a minimalist closet of only thrifted clothes. But I realize now that just like everything else in life, achieving “perfection” is impossible. Even the ideal environmentalist I just described is not perfect. Read on to see why imperfections make better environmentalists.    more