During this five-day service immersion, students explore issues of environmental justice and sustainability in the greater Seattle area. You might explore the Cedar River Watershed, the source of Seattle's drinking water, or urban farming and food justice movements. You’ll reflect on environmental justice and the impact humans have on the environment. Working with non-profit agencies such as Mountains to Sound Greenway, EarthCorps, People for Puget Sound, Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition, and the Community Coalition for Environmental Justice, participants explore their relationship with the environment, and learn about the ways our partners are on the cutting edge of sustainability.
The cost for this immersion is generally between $130 - $150. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify.
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If you are ready to lead this immersion, apply to be a Student Leader for the Common Good.