Open House: Mar 6th 3pm EST

The M.S. in Leadership for Sustainability program is actively accepting applications for the Fall 2018 cohort.  Join us on Tues, Mar 6 at 3pm EST via Zoom for an interactive online open house to learn more about this innovative graduate program at the University of Vermont and how to apply.

Designed for emerging and experienced leaders who wish to deepen their capacity to catalyze change and transcend boundaries, this two-year program offers an innovative blend of residential intensives (taking place in Vermont, Washington D.C., and the Bay area in California), interactive online courses, professional coaching, and access to an incredible network of faculty and professional affiliates. The program curriculum explores leadership practices inspired by the wisdom of nature and grounded in a critical inquiry of the mindsets, assumptions, and patterns of power and privilege that underlie change-making efforts.

Matt Kolan, Kaylynn TwoTrees, and Emil Tsao will share more about this hybrid experience, its professional affiliates, and the three tracks in ecological leadership, education for sustainability, and ecological economics.  Expect this event to last at most an hour, with plenty of time reserved for your questions.  We will be teleconferencing via Zoom, one of the classroom technologies our program utilizes.

We’re excited to tell you more about this new professional learning opportunity at the University of Vermont, the Rubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources, and the Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, and we hope to see you there.

Please RSVP for info on how to connect!