Environmental Leadership Incubator

Cultivating leaders to turn big environmental ideas into reality

 

Have you ever wondered how you can turn an idea into a great project, how you can play a critical role in tackling today’s environmental challenges, or how you can inspire and motivate a team? 

The Environmental Leadership Incubator (ELI) is a nine-month program that trains undergraduate students to become environmental leaders. The ELI program is organized around student-initiated projects that seek to implement positive environmental change. It combines coursework and leadership skills training in the fall quarter, with project implementation and mentorship by real world professionals in the winter and spring quarters.

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ELI Students Finish Fall Quarter in Style

Fall Quarter is a Wrap!

ELI students finish fall quarter in style, wearing our new ELI t-shirts with a design by ELI alum, Jadyn Steaffens.  These students worked hard this quarters to learn and begin to implement essential environmental leadership skills, which they will now apply to real world challenges as they implement their environmental leadership projects during winter and spring quarters.  Follow along to see their adventures and successes!  

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