Western Sustainability Leaders Program
The Western Sustainability Leaders Program (WSLP) is a way for students to engage with sustainability throughout the year with a network of like-minded students from across campus interested in sustainability. Each month features a different theme with educational and experiential opportunities to get involved!
The WSLP engages guest speakers from across campus and the broader community, providing opportunities for students to network with professionals and peers involved with a wide range of sustainability initiatives on campus and in the community. This program also supports students in earning the WWF-Canada Living Planet Leader certification by offering sustainable living tips, volunteering, and student leadership positions.
Stay tuned for our 2021-2022 events schedule coming soon! With in-person experiences opening up on campus, we're very excited to offer more face-to-face events and activities for the coming year. If you'd like to sign up to our mailing list and receive WSLP updates, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Benefits for Students
This program has been designed collaboratively by Western Sustainability and a team of students! We believe student leadership is key for sustainability and have built this program to benefit students and build leadership skills in a number of ways:
- Gain recognition on Western's Co-Curricular Record by attending a minimum of four of our monthly events
- Network with professionals in various sustainability sectors
- Learn about a range of sustainability themes
- Stay updated on volunteer and leadership opportunities
- Connect with students from various academic backgrounds to discuss interdisciplinary solutions to sustainability challenges
The program is open to all Western students! If you would like to get involved, email us at email@example.com. Follow us on our Instagram, Facebook or Twitter to stay updated on our events, contests and leadership opportunities.
Waste at Western (September): Webinar recording
Buying Sustainably (October): No recording
Energy Retrofits & Conservation Tips (January): Webinar recording
WWF-Canada Native Plant Gardening (March): Webinar recording