Deadline To Register! Certificate Program: Urban Sustainability in Jersey City

The answer is YES !  Groups can sign up together and we are offering a discount rate to do so; our Community Partner rate is a great way to come into the program thinking TEAM !!  More info below; if you have additional questions direct contact information is available on the course flyer. PLEASE NOTE:  Venue for the course has changed - location is now downtown, just a short walk from the Grove Street PATH, at Indiegrove Coworking, 121 Newark Street.

The Early Bird Discount for this program ended yesterday but the Community Partner rate for this program continues to be available, as are a few scholarship seats for those working on sustainability projects in their neighborhoods, that SJC is supporting.

The Community Partner Program enables individuals who are members of SJC’s Collaborative Network to take the course for $200.  If you or your organization are interested to learn more about the Community Partner Program, feel free to contact us through this post, or by sending an email to info@sustainablejc.org.

In case the endorsements of the US Green Building Council and Eco-Schools USA are not enough, re: boat load of CEU’s available to participants, we have lined up an AMAZING group of instructors, for this groundbreaking course.  Principals of Green Path NJ (John Decina, Karen Huff, Darryl Bowman) and Eco-Schools USA (Jennifer Dowd), along with the Cloud Institute (Jaimie Cloud) and Ramapo College Graduate Sustainability Studies Program (Ashwani Vasishth) and JC’s very own Tom Gibbons (former JCEC Chair), are all coming into this in support of educating stakeholders, to help them take sustainability initiatives forward, either professionally or in their communities.  In my opinion, this is a great opportunity – there I said it.

We will not be offering this course again until next Spring.  Jump on the bus now, gain the knowledge and support provided by this program, and dig in with us.

SJC’s Spring 2014 Certificate Program: Urban Sustainability in Jersey City

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