Embarking on a study abroad program and in need of financial support? Don’t worry! Here’s a step-by-step guide to help university students seek funding for their study abroad program.
10 Essential Steps to Seek Academic Credit for Your Study Abroad Program: A Comprehensive Guide for University Students
Discover the essential steps of credit transfer, and understand the process of seeking credit transfer from your home university. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how you can seek academic credit for your study abroad program.
From Minnesota to Nepal: Empowering Native Communities & Bridging Cultures Through the Shine On Scholarship
Meet Antavia Paredes-Beaulieu – a Chemist from Minneapolis who experienced Nepal with the help of a ShineOn scholarship.
Whether your fundraising to make your TGP program possible or raising money for your favorite impact initiative, here are 10 tips to help you rock your fundraising during the holidays and over winter break.
The holidays are a magical season, a time to cherish and celebrate with your loved ones. ...
Thanksgiving is a time to enjoy our friends & family and be grateful to the earth for all it gives us. TGP has made a list of 10 tips to make your Thanksgiving a little more environmentally friendly and give back to the earth in any way we can!
This blog features the Antioch University New England Alum, Courtney Dragiff who says, “TGP helped me understand international issues at a local, personal level.” She graduated with a Masters in International Sustainable Development & Climate Change in 2021.
Halloween is fast-approaching and so is the waste that comes with it. TGP has made a guide to make your Halloween festivities a little more sustainable this year!
TGP’s monthly blog dedicated to renewable energy & sustainability.
Organized CleanUp’s are a great way to combat the problem of litter and keep communities clean, safe and healthy. National CleanUp Day takes place on September 17 & TGP has tips for you to organize your own CleanUp!
How an Online Sustainability Program Helped Jaedyn Medrano Become an Intersectional Sustainability Advocate
This blog features the virtual Nepal Ethics of Sustainable Development Alum, Jaedyn Medrano who says, “this program taught me how to think about a project holistically, and it has guided me along the path to being a better cultured and inclusive young professional.” She is set to graduate with a double major in Renewable Natural Resources & Ecological Restorations in December of 2022.
It's that time of year again where university students are moving back on campus and getting ready...
North Park University & The GREEN Program Selected to Receive the 2022 U.S. State Department IDEAS Grant
“The GREEN Program is thrilled to have been selected with our grant partner, North Park University, to use IDEAS funding to expand access to global sustainability education for underrepresented students.” – Sumie Song, Ph.D., Director of Strategic Partnerships at The GREEN Program
Maryam Aida Tidjani got to experience a brand new kind of GREEN Program during the hard times the world was facing, a 100% Virtual and Online experience. Initially planning on traveling to Peru in 2021, the global pandemic continued to shift things around and we had to pivot all travel programs to Online experiences.
TGP’s monthly blog dedicated to renewable energy & sustainability. Created by TGP alumna and mechanical engineer Kayla Loy.
Are you ready to go GREEN?
Your first step is to complete and submit an application. Upon acceptance, a TGP member will reach out to you with your next steps for enrollment. We look forward to traveling with you soon! (Please note that spots fill on a first-come, first-serve basis.)