It’s easy, fun and meaningful! Turning Green provides flyers, letters and outreach materials for you to share, while fully welcoming your creative input!
Come to one onboarding meeting in August
Host a PGC Sign up event in September on your campus (we provide materials, you find a space on campus)
Ask questions and connect with other Campus Representatives around the world on our Facebook Group
Share PGC materials with students and professors on your campus Engage 1-3 other students to work with you (often Campus Representative teams have a student from each grade which makes this task even easier)
Get as many sign-ups as you can! A good target is between 50-100. Professors and partner Reps are always there for additional support.
What is the time commitment of a Campus Representative?
4-6 hours total between August 15 and September 30
Attendance at one orientation meeting required (offered at multiple times)
Flexible timing – you create your own schedule!
Schedule one tabling event in the month of September
What are the Benefits of Being a Campus Representative?
Win prizes for having the most participants on the first day of PGC (top three winners will receive $100 worth of ethical products from Turning Green)
Learn about the inner workings of Turning Green and have an entry point for working in other roles including internships, teaching assistants, and fellowships
Have access to Turning Green network of students and alumni
Build new connections with like-minded students from across the planet
First 30 campus representatives in the U.S. will have the opportunity to host a sponsored event, with products from our sustainable corporate partners.
Clubs and professors can use Project Green Challenge activities to build engagement on campus
Are there opportunities for further leadership as Campus Representative?
If interested, you have the opportunity to become a country or continent leader
You’ll offer additional support and connect with other campus representatives in your region by hosting Zoom meetings and communicating with Turning Green staff about questions, ideas, concerns, etc.
You can also take on a leadership role later on for other projects, or get involved with other year-round opportunities
What makes Project Green Challenge different from all the other climate action programs?
25 Environmental and social justice themes under one umbrella
Gamified platform – It’s fun, empowering, and you learn a ton
Opportunity to win fabulous prizes daily
Opportunity to share in athe $5,000 Green Award to support Climate Action Projects
Clubs can use activities in Project Green Challenge to build engagement on campus
Professors can use Project Green Challenge to support topics being taught in class