Not only do our students get to experience a life-changing trip, we also place them on a path to career fulfillment in sustainability & give them a group to call family. These are their stories...
"This trip opened my eyes to how understanding a culture enables sustainable infrastructure and practices to take place and make meaningful change."
I’m a critical thinker and problem solver. I’m a hard worker that tries to understand perspectives from all different angles.
"I want to leave a better, cleaner, greener future for our posterity. I want to power the world with renewable energy."
"Create innovative ideas to enhance environmental engineering processes that incorporate renewable energy and promote sustainability around the world."
"While there are countless ways to improve both the natural and built environment, my passions lie in the broad field of water resource management, renewable energy, and various sustainability initiatives."
"I want to leave the world healthier than when I first set foot on it."
"What benefits the earth benefits us, and helping to build a more sustainable and green biosphere is where I hope to be an impact."
"I have such a strong passion for preserving the environment because of this experience; it definitely has influenced my career aspirations."
"I'm really passionate about the environment, public health, and helping people. I wanted to become an engineer to help create a better world for all who inhabit it."
"I want to help people use Earth`s resources more efficiently and in lesser amounts. More, specifically, I aspire to contribute to the creation of food systems which bolster food security, preserve ecosystem services for future generations, and provide jobs."
"Being a part of the GREEN program encouraged me to pursue a job with the firm I’m working for now and even now I am inspired to continue creating experiences and opportunities for myself."
"The most valuable part of the program for me was the opportunity to make connections and form professional relationships and friendships that I still rely on today."