1. Sustainability Seminar: The Sustainability Seminar is a virtual community space where youth discuss sustainability topics (health, social justice, environmental) that are on their mind and close to their heart. Using the Socratic Method, students engage in vibrant discussions about sustainability topics that cultivate the ability to debate respectfully, actively listen to various perspectives, and think critically.
2. DREAMer Space: This makerspace is where Designers, Revolutionaries, Experimenters & Engineers, Artists & Makers create sustainable solutions. Students use Design Thinking and 21st century learning to create an authentic project which advocates, innovates or makes a solution focused on a UN Sustainable Development Goal that they are passionate about.
3. Uproot Magazine: In this youth-centered sustainability and social justice journalism program, students learn communication, writing, research, critical thinking, problem solving, and teamwork skills while contributing to Genvironment’s for-youth, by-youth digital publication, Uproot Magazine. This magazine is a platform for youth to raise awareness, educate, and create change on sustainability and social justice issues through writing, art, research, and other communication formats.