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Prepare your students to fill the sustainability skills gap while empowering your educators to support them

Experiential Student Bootcamps

  • Real-world, project-based learning on sustainability challenges

  • Interdisciplinary & multi-institutional teams

  • Globally diverse experts & stakeholders

  • Delivered fully-virtually across 3-4 days

  • Multiple Bootcamp dates available

  • Digital credentials upon completion

  • Experiential Prizes and 'Careers Nights' opportunities

Experiential Educator Training

  • Training in ‘at scale’ and virtual experiential learning methods

  • Approaches for integrating sustainability throughout courses

  • Virtual experiential workshops led by world class professors

  • Multiple Workshop dates available

  • Digital credentials on completion

  • Opportunities for a short practicum for additional credentials


Some of the companies represented at our Careers Nights (for students who complete a Bootcamp):

Some of our current and recent higher ed partners:

"equips students with the knowledge and skills needed to tackle real-world sustainability and innovation challenges."

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The Student Experience

During our bootcamps, students from across disciplines and institutions work together in small teams within larger cohorts. Each student team identifies, and then tackles, a focused problem within the broad sustainability challenges faced by a real-world community. Along the way, teams engage with local community representatives and globally diverse experts, and are supported by an experienced teaching team. At the end, each team produces a multimedia summary of their work, and are interviewed by academic and industry experts. All students get Digital Certificates, and ‘winning’ teams receive additional Digital Badges and prizes!

Careers Nights & Experiential Prizes

Careers Nights
for every student

Every student who completes one of our Bootcamps gets exclusive access to our Careers Nights.

During every Careers Nights, students have a series of private small-group discussions with sustainability leaders and professionals from a diverse range of companies and organisations. These discussions provide opportunities to get career advice, build a professional network, and even find unique internship and job opportunities.

Some of the companies represented at recent Careers Nights: