Red Fish School of Change Field School 2012

Join this innovative field school designed for people who want to lead
the way in creating positive social and environmental change. Travel
from the mountains of the interior to the southern coast of British
Columbia. Live and learn while you explore the wilderness, engage with
a diversity of experts, and visit innovative sites across the
province.

This year’s Redfish School of Change runs from May 16 to June 23, 2012.

Students receive credit for three environmental studies courses from
the University of Victoria, and six months support on their
environmental and social justice action projects. Undergraduate
students from all disciplines are eligible and encouraged to consider
this program as a complement to their studies.

Visit www.schoolofchange.ca to see the eligibility requirements and
learn about student bursaries.  Applications are accepted until
February 15, 2012.

What do past participants have to say…

“The Redfish School of Change was the most intellectually stimulating
and meaningful experience of my post-secondary career.”
– 2009 participant

“Amazing” is an understatement when it comes to describing my
experience in the Redfish School of Change and “beautiful” does not do
justice to the places that we have seen and visited. I feel like my
experience goes beyond what words can explain.”
– 2010 participant

“I have really learned the power of community and I am not intimated
to make change. This has been the most inspiring and rewarding
experience [and] has given me everything I expected and more. This was
the best money I have ever spent on myself.
–  2011 participant

 

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