Young Champions of the Earth

Do you see opportunity, where others see crisis? Do you want to change the world – or know someone who does? UN Environment is on the hunt for the next YOUNG CHAMPIONS OF THE EARTH. In 2019, seven young people, selected from every global region will be named UN Young Champions of the Earth....

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World Oregon Youth Forum

Join WorldOregon as we celebrate youth leadership at our 2019 Youth Forum, “This is Our World!”  The Youth Forum will explore a variety of topics, offering workshops, resources, an action fair and networking opportunities for high school students. Each workshop has a global to local...

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Trash for Peace and The Rosewood Initiative

Trash for Peace began a partnership with The Rosewood Initiative’s Refugee and Immigrant Hospitality program to provide sustainability-themed activities for the children of adult English class participants. We’re grateful to the United Way of the Columbia-Willamette for supporting this...

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Northwest Model United Nations – Portland

The Northwest Model United Nations – Portland chapter is hosting its conference this February.  Come join us to learn about and engage in current issues! The most accessible and affordable conferences in the MUN world continue with NWMUN-Portland, February 16-18 in Portland, Oregon. We...

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Urban Nature Overnights (UNO) Assistant Coordinator

Would you like to share your passion for the outdoors with young people in your community? Join Metro as our Urban Nature Overnights (UNO) Assistant Coordinator and spend the spring and summer exploring some of the region’s most beautiful natural areas with kids who might otherwise not have...

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President’s Environmental Youth Award

The President’s Environmental Youth Award (PEYA) recognizes outstanding environmental projects by K-12 youth. The PEYA program promotes awareness of our nation’s natural resources and encourages positive community involvement. Since 1971, the President of the United States has joined with...

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City Repair’s Village Building “Emergence”

For over 20 years The City Repair Project has been supporting communities in reclaiming and taking design ownership over public space, over the space they inhabit. City Repair has accomplished over 700 projects through a mostly volunteer staff, thousands of volunteer citizen activists, and from...

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TSL 2019 International Schools Essay Competition & Debate

Young people are key to achieving SDG #15 (Life on Land).  The Trust for Sustainable Living is pleased to invite schoolchildren around the world to share their unique perspectives on the role young people can play in achieving UN Sustainable Development Goal #15 – to conserve and sustainably...

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Folks of Color In Schools

You are invited to the inaugural Folks of Color In Schools (pronounced “FOCUS”) gathering.  The idea arose from local diversity, equity, and inclusion practitioners asking the question: how might we create a space to support folks of color working in schools?   Our answer: FOCIS.  A...

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Job: Central Oregon Chapter Coordinator – Rogue Farm Corps

Reports to: Education Director & Executive Director Employment Type: Exempt; 0.6 FTE Location: Deschutes County Start date: mid-November, 2018 Application deadline: Listing open until filled. Will begin reviewing applicants by 10/15. Rogue Farm Corps Rogue Farm Corps (RFC) trains and equips...

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SAGE’s Fall Inspiration Mixer

Join SAGE for a fun evening of games, connection and community. Renew your commitment to creating a better world for future generations. Have fun and connect with people of different ages and backgrounds. This event is free thanks to our sponsors, Beneficial State Bank and Lagunitas. Thanks to all...

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