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Sustainability Connections to Classrooms

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has partnered with Nepris, Inc. to connect our network of LEED and sustainability professionals with K-12 classrooms across the world, using sustainability concepts as a context for learning across a variety of subjects. Through this innovative partnership, students get exposure to green career pathways; teachers benefit by adding real-world application to classroom curriculum, and professionals get the opportunity to inspire future generations to contribute to a sustainable future. Please click here for the USGBC Volunteer Role Description for the “Virtual Classroom Mentor” and click the green “Sign up for free” button above when you’re ready to start connecting with classrooms and inspiring careers in sustainability.

Featured Upcoming Live Industry Chats

Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying

  • 12/19/2017 10:45 AM Eastern Time

DECA presents Cyberbullying

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NATIONAL MENTORING MONTH: Promoting STEM Degrees to Young Women

NATIONAL MENTORING MONTH: Promoting STEM Degrees to Young Women

  • 01/09/2018 01:00 PM Eastern Time

During this session we would like to focus on discussing the wide range of professional careers available to those with a STEM degree, particularly women. We are passionate about educating students in STEM subjects because we strongly...

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NATIONAL MENTORING MONTH: Being Lifted - Why Mentoring Matters

NATIONAL MENTORING MONTH: Being Lifted - Why Mentoring Matters

  • 01/11/2018 10:00 AM Eastern Time

This industry chat will discuss how mentoring can be used as a tool in student development.

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Why The Allies didn't Bomb Auschwitz during WWII

Why The Allies didn't Bomb Auschwitz during WWII

  • 01/17/2018 02:00 PM Eastern Time

This session is intended to argue that the Allied decision to not target concentration camps, specifically Auschwitz, was the right military decision. An Allied bombing campaign focused on bombing Auschwitz would not have ended the Holocaust. A...

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