University Partners

Bring your classroom to life.

Become a TGP University Partner.

You’re invited! 2022 Iceland Familiarization Program

Funding is available for university faculty and staff.

Our University Partnership Models

Our partnerships cater to meet the needs of the students, university, and faculty in the intersections of experiential education and sustainability.

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Partnership Model

Affiliate Partner

Vet and approve TGP’s programs for your students to attend. Enhance your portfolio and simplify the enrollment process for your staff, faculty, and students. Affiliate partners receive enhanced support and internal updates, reporting, and more.

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Partnership Model

Faculty-Led

Faculty-supported programs can include faculty-led cohorts, customized faculty-led trips, and collaboration with academic departments to embed our global program component into an online or campus course.

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Partnership Model

University Cohort

Arrange for a dedicated group of students to participate in J-term, spring break, or summer break programs focused on sustainable development. We’ll take care of the rest!

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Partnership Model

Innovation Partner

Work with TGP to design and embed a custom field experience into your curriculum. Whether it’s for a class, organization, or new graduate program, let’s join forces to create your dream sustainability course.

We are currently seeking new partnerships for 2022-24

Interested in learning more about becoming a university or institutional partner with TGP?
Please contact [email protected],
and a member of our team will be in touch with you shortly.

Collaborating with leading institutions since 2009.

The GREEN Program (TGP) designs and facilitates short-term international education courses that educate, engage, and mobilize participants to address The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Our partners are motivated to provide unique and impactful learning experiences for their students.

Together, we are building the future of global sustainability leaders.

Contact [email protected] to inquire about becoming a TGP Partner.

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Collaborating with leading institutions since 2009.

The GREEN Program (TGP) designs and facilitates short-term international education courses that educate, engage, and mobilize participants to address The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Our partners are motivated to provide unique and impactful learning experiences for their students.

Together, we are building the future of global sustainability leaders.

Contact [email protected] to inquire about becoming a TGP Partner.

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What our university partners say about The GREEN Program

Case Study:
College of Earth and Mineral Sciences
Penn State University

Since 2010, Penn State University has collaborated with The GREEN Program to facilitate global learning experiences for over 250 students across a variety of majors, including a large quantity funded by the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences to study with TGP in Iceland and Peru.

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A Penn State TGP Iceland Story

Amina Grant

A Penn State TGP Peru Story

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95% of TGP students experience a sustainability-related shift with an increase in awareness and consciousness of personal impacts, personal exchange, and expertise in sustainability issues.

A research study conducted by Uppsala University

Contributing to the field

Become a university partner

Send an email to [email protected]

*We are currently seeking new partnerships for 2022-24

The GREEN Program Blog

An International Graduate Student Embraces Nepali Culture by Studying Abroad through Shine On Scholarship

On one hand, I believe that every student should be given a chance to study abroad at least once in their life, because it teaches us things that textbooks cannot: adaptability, resilience, curiosity, empathy, just to name a few. Whether good or bad, bursting our bubble and learning about our world will inspire us and open our minds. On the other hand, the people we interact with benefit from the diversity, because all of us bring unique perspectives to the table. Perhaps we share an idea that no one has thought of but could be key to solving a problem; we fuel the aspirations of someone who is facing similar difficulties; or help take down stereotypes.  

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From a Start Up to a Sustainability Study Abroad Program: How Patrick Applied his Passion for Renewable Energy in Iceland

When Fall 2021 rolled around and I saw the TGP scholarship opportunity, I thought I’d apply not expecting much. When I found out that I actually got it, I was like “I guess I’m actually doing this!”. I was a little nervous and anxious but also so excited for the opportunity! I was also grateful that the enrollment process was very smooth for me with no significant challenges along the way.

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