The Eco League provides a unique opportunity for you to study how to create sustainable communities within different ecosystems and with different professors; students of one Eco League college can spend a semester enrolled at another to take advantage of unique strengths of each Eco League college.
Imagine yourself in these new situations:
- Finding your passion, like Courtney Smith
- Looking out your window every day at the ocean, like Jenna Catsos
- Building your major with perspectives from several Eco League schools, like Kara Kessler
- Climbing the 300-foot Streeker Spire in Sedona, Arizona, like John Dietrich
- Riding your bike in city traffic after growing up in the mountains, like Renee Fasanaro
- Going on a whale watch in Seward, Alaska, like Heather Lea Nazarewicz
- Getting knowledge from people who have been farming for years, like Megan Greene
- Whitewater rafting 300 miles down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon, like Sam Tischler
- Lending a hand at a working farm, like Cassandra Sisco
- Observing whales and seals from a lighthouse, like Rita Michaels
- Returning to your home school with new ideas about how things can work, like Allison Trowbridge
- Enjoying the benefits of a close knit community, then learning more about the person you want to be in a whole new college environment like Emily Provonsha
- The Eco League experience is full of coast-to-coast opportunities for research that can make a difference in the sustainability of our planet. We invite you to take advantage of them, and to become a part of the greening of education.