Sustainability Mentorship Program Certificates
This program empowers leaders in secondary school environment clubs through mentorship. The SFU mentor provides specialized knowledge and resources to aid these students in developing and executing their sustainability goals. Through interactive workshops, our secondary school student partners will develop the skills they feel are needed to increase the sustainability of their school and surrounding community. This may include running effective meetings, club organization, and/or campaign development, to name a few.
Students are awarded one of the following certificates for excellence in contribution to the Sustainability Mentorship Program.
Sustainability Peer Leader Certificate
Awarded to secondary school students who take on a leadership role by participating in focused mentor meetings for a total of ten hours over the duration of the program. These meetings will include skill-building workshops that are tailored to the needs of the individual, allowing them to return to their club and share their newly-gained expertise and skills.
Sustainable Community Engagement Certificate
Awarded to secondary school students who have demonstrated an interest in, and a passion for, environmental stewardship by assisting in planning and facilitating club campaigns for a total of ten hours over the duration of the program.