2017 CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN URBAN SUSTAINABILITY– 24 Hours of Training!
FAST TRACK SERIES STARTING MARCH 6TH, ENDING APRIL 24TH
8 CONSECUTIVE MONDAY EVENINGS, 6:30 – 9:30PM !!
Early Bird Registration has begun! Ends Monday February 24th 2017 – $175 !!!
Regular Registration $225; Community Partner Rates May Apply For Orgs / Student & Alumni Rates Apply (send inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org) ~
2017 PROGRAM OFFERS NEW TRACKS & ALIGNS WITH SJC SUPPORT OF CITY OF JERSEY CITY SUSTAINABILITY EFFORTS (YES!!)
Principles and Practices of Urban Sustainability – Whole Systems Approach To Problem Solving, Project Management, Community Action Planning, Greener Buildings For Neighborhoods / Green Infrastructure, Permaculture, School / Extended Campus Sustainability Planning, Citizen Science. CEUs Available.
“The Certificate Program entitled Urban Sustainability for Jersey City looks like a great opportunity for current and emerging environmental professionals, project managers, and concerned citizens to develop their sustainability skill set. The proposed program has a great mix of sustainability concepts and management/implementation techniques. The instructors are excellent and offer expertise from diverse backgrounds. I strongly encourage this program and have circulated it to the other members of the Jersey City Environmental Commission.”
Gerry Nicolls / Past Chair, Jersey City Environmental Commission
FULL DETAILS AND REGISTRATION LINKS BELOW –
PLEASE NOTE LOCATIONS FOR THE COURSE –
PART ONE (6 Sessions)
All 6 Sessions will be held at Hudson County Community College (short walk from Journal Sq PATH, parking available), and
PART TWO TRACKS (2 Sessions each)
When you Register you will choose ONE of the PART TWO Tracks offered below, to complete the last 6 hours of the course.
• Tracks A & B – the Greener Buildings and Permaculture Tracks will be taught Downtown at Boys & Girls Club of Hudson County,(short walk from Grove St. PATH, street parking)
• Track C – the Citizen Science Track will be taught on NJCU’s Main Campus, taking advantage of outdoor classroom instruction and their Water Laboratory (easy to get to by public transit, parking available)