WE'RE THE FIELD SCHOOL FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZING
Green Corps is the country’s most respected training program for environmental organizers, with nearly 400 of our graduates at work today on the most urgent environmental issues of our time. If you’re passionate about the environment and ready to learn and practice the craft of organizing, our year-long program is the best place to start.
GET THE TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE YOU NEED TO KICKSTART YOUR CAREER
Our program includes intensive classroom training with prominent guest trainers like Bill McKibben, founder of 350.org. You'll get hands-on experience working on campaigns with groups working on issues ranging from conservation to climate change. You’ll learn how to recruit and train volunteers, develop strategic campaigns, build strong coalitions, organize events, gain media coverage and more.
LEARN TO HARNESS THE POWER OF ORGANIZING
We have plenty of solutions for the environmental problems we see and hear about every day: energy conservation and renewable power; public lands dedicated to protecting wilderness and wildlife, not extracting fossil fuels; smarter, greener ways of living that leave a lighter footprint on the planet. What we need more of—what any social movement always needs more of—is people who know how to organize: to build and run effective organizations and campaigns that inspire the popular support and political action we need to save our planet.
JOIN THE RANKS OF NEARLY 400 GREEN CORPS GRADUATES WHO ARE TACKLING TODAY'S ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES
Nearly 400 of our graduates use the skills and approach they learned at Green Corps in their careers everyday to rise up and meet the most important challenges of our time—with groups like The Wilderness Society, Al Gore's Climate Reality Project, Sierra Club, Greenpeace, Rainforest Action Network and many more.
"Without Green Corps, I wouldn't have this behind-the-scenes insight into how you win a campaign—from media to fundraising to political strategy and everything in between. Green Corps gave me the foundation that I needed to go on to lead an organization like Greenpeace."
Phil Radford, Class of 1999
Former Executive Director, Greenpeace USA