In 2013, C2C Fellow Chris Busker attended the StartingBloc Institute for Social Innovation in New York City. Chris’s free-styling video application caught our attention – as did his plans to use StartingBloc to work on launching his non-profit, 4Peace. Chris wrote about StartingBloc's impact in "If Your Dreams Do Not Scare You".
Fellow Nathan Shuler attended Wellstone Action’s Camp Wellstone in Chicago in August, 2013 following the "Being a Candidate" track. His personal story moved and inspired us, and led to C2C to invest in his future.
This year, we'll be sending two more Fellows to these flagship events. In addition to second-round leadership training like this, C2C Fellows are also eligible to apply to become C2C Scholars—funded graduate school students in CEP’s Masters of Science degrees in Climate Science and Policy, Environmental Policy or in Bard’s MBA in Sustainability. In their first year at Bard, C2C Scholars in the MS programs are tasked with managing and developing the C2C Fellows network and workshops, getting hands-on leadership experience. In their second year, they participate in six-month, high-level policy internships in the climate and clean energy field, before returning to CEP to complete their Masters theses. Contact Caitlin O'Donnell to learn more about this opportunity.
education. leadership. change.
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