The GreenAllies Climate Action Summit is a leadership training for college students interested in becoming a climate change mentor for a school in their community. Students will hear the latest in climate change science, learn about how to engage young people in climate change discussions, and develop the skills needed to help local schools take climate action.
After the training, students will work as a mentor to a school in their community, guiding them through the National Wildlife Federation’s Eco-Schools program.
This FREE training will take place at the John Heinz Memorial Wildlife Refuge in Philadelphia, on June 24th from 9am-4:30pm.
You can register for the summit at www.bit.ly/