Student Climate & Conservation Congress
June 21-27, 2015

Early Bird Applications End April 1! 


The Nation's Student Environmental Training Program

Students (and a limited number of faculty or staff) are invited to apply to become U.S. Green School Fellows and participate in the 2015 Sc3 Congress.

Sc3 empowers outstanding high school students, entering 9th to 12th grade, from across the country and abroad, with the skills, knowledge and tools necessary to address climate and conservation challenges and better serve their schools and communities. Includes community service credit.


Sc3 accepts a limited number of participants and fills quickly.

Sc3 is a program of the  GSA  in partnership with  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at its  National Conservation Training Center. For more info, click here >
Announcing: Ec3!
Educator Climate & Conservation Colloquium
June 27-July 3, 2015
Certification Program for 
School Sustainability Personnel


A new program offered by the Green Schools Alliance in partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's National Conservation Training Center.

  • Develop your professional sustainability toolkit
  • Build a national network of colleagues
  • Prepare the next generation of environmental stewards
  • Learn from national experts in the field of sustainability education, facilities management, curriculum design, and behavioral change 

More info > 

Sc3 is produced in collaboration with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and hosted by the National Conservation Training Center (NCTC), the nation's premiere, state-of-the-art conservation campus located in Shepherdstown, WV, just upriver from Washington, DC. LEARN MORE >
How to Apply to Sc3

Sc3 selection is based on rolling admissions, so apply early. If you apply by April 1, fees are $850 for the six-day Congress, which includes room, board, all activities, and shuttle transportation between NCTC and Washington, DC. Faculty attend for free. Click on any of the following links to apply: 

How to Apply to Ec3

Ec3 is offered with optional engagement in the Global Resilience and Environmental Educators' Network (GREEN): a year-long program of webinar training, peer-to-peer expert guidance and review, and National GREEN Sustainability Coordinator Certification.

Please see
our webpage for more information, or email hcolgate@greenschoolsalliance for an application form.