Colleges Advisory Board
Co-Chairs

Erik Skinner
Deputy Chancellor
California Community Colleges
Chancellor’s Office

Van Ton-Quinlivan
Vice Chancellor
Economic Development and
Workforce Preparation
California Community Colleges
Chancellor’s Office

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The Green California Schools Summit and the Green California Community Colleges Summit are now accepting nominations for 2013 Leadership Awards
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The two events will be held concurrently this year, and will share an awards presentation ceremony on November 6, 2013 at the Pasadena Convention Center. There are five categories of awards for each Summit.

“The awards are a high point of every Summit,” said Green Technology editor in chief Carl Smith. “Not enough people hear about the exciting and innovative work that is taking place on campuses throughout the state.”

Summit at a Glance
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Exhibitor List
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Media Materials
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2012 Program Guide
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Awards for schools will be given in each of the following categories

Teacher
Awarded to an individual who inspires students to engage in environmental studies and projects through his or her own proactive engagement in sustainability and teaching methods.

District
For the school district that has demonstrated support for green building and other green programs through passing resolutions, backing bond measures and other financial vehicles for green building projects, and for having an overall vision of sustainability that exists district-wide.

Student Engagement
Awarded in recognition of projects that engage students in creating healthier, more sustainable world by conserving resources such as water and energy, managing waste effectively or envisioning other technological breakthroughs. Extra attention will be given to projects that also create teaching tools based on elements of the project.

Energy
For a district or school that has achieved an extremely high level of energy efficiency through retrofits of existing buildings, addition of renewable energy to schools, purchasing alternative fueled school buses, commitment to build new schools with high levels of energy efficiency, engaging in waste-to-energy projects, etc. 

Curriculum
For a district or school that has successfully implemented exemplary environmental education curriculum, including programs preparing students for jobs in green industries.

 

Awards for community colleges will be given in each of the following categories

Instructor
Awarded to an individual who inspires students to engage in environmental studies and projects through his or her own proactive engagement in sustainability and teaching methods.

District
For the community college district that has demonstrated support for green building and other green programs through passing resolutions, backing bond measures and other financial vehicles for green building projects, and for having an overall vision of sustainability that exists district-wide.

Student Engagement
Awarded in recognition of projects that engage students in creating healthier, more sustainable world by conserving resources such as water and energy, managing waste effectively or envisioning other technological breakthroughs. Extra attention will be given to projects that also create teaching tools based on elements of the project.

Energy
For a community college or college district that has achieved an extremely high level of energy efficiency through retrofits of existing buildings, addition of renewable energy to schools, purchasing alternative fueled school buses, commitment to build new schools with high levels of energy efficiency, engaging in waste-to-energy projects, etc. 

Curriculum
For a community college that has successfully implemented exemplary environmental education curriculum, including programs preparing students for jobs in green industries.

The deadline for nomination submissions is October 14, 2013.

 
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