Are you a Grade 10-12 teacher in the Sea to Sky Corridor?
Interested in bringing ProjectNow to your school?
Reach out today!
Current Program Coordinator: Taniell Hamilton
What Topics does Project Now Cover?
- Climate change (global & local)
- Global citizenship & environmental injustice
- Government policies & plans related to climate action (global & local)
- Project management basics
- Effective communication & behavioral change strategies
The program also leaves space to dive into topics that are of great interest to the participants.
Program length – Total content to be covered takes approximately 8 hours and is designed to be split over multiple sessions (anywhere from 8-12 depending on the length of time slots available)
…for example, in 2021 our partnership with the Whistler Secondary School EcoClub consisted of 10 x 30 minute sessions that ran every couple weeks during the students lunch hour.
Program schedule – We understand that keeping up with school curriculums can be challenging so when it comes to making a program schedule, we’re flexible and we will work with you to make a schedule that works for everyone. Typically the program length ranges from 3-5 months.
Program cost – Free (dependent upon current grant funding available, please enquire for confirm)
Program eligibility – Grade 10-12 classrooms or school clubs
Not sure if you’re ready to commit to a full mentorship program?
Check out the Global Citizen Workshop we’re currently offering to high schools in the Sea to Sky. This 2-part workshop compliments the ‘Career, Life Education’ course curriculum and is available on a first come first serve basis. Check out more about the workshop below and enquire with the Project Now program coordinator today to secure your spot!2021_ProjectNOW_GlobalCitizenWorkshops_public
Project Now was created thanks to funding from the following partners…