Edgewood College Sustainability Leadership Graduate Program is a Non-Profit Corporation
Classifications: Community Services & Public Utilities, Democracy & Accountability, Ecology & Sustainability, Economic Justice & Fair Trade, Food & Agriculture, Nonviolence & Peacemaking, Racial Justice & Minority Owned

Full Description

The Sustainability Graduate Leadership Program is designed for working professionals interested in gaining skills and resources to address real-world issues related to their personal and professional goals, and it serves as a collaborative innovation center for those who recognize the urgent call to create abundant, healthy, and prosperous communities.

Students gain practical knowledge in transformative ethical leadership, social justice, ecological design, and community participation, and apply them toward individual or small group community projects. Participants join a network of sustainability leaders that include program colleagues and mentors, program advisors, and community partners in both the public and private sectors.

Lead the CHANGE

As a participant in the program, you will develop the transformative ethical leadership skills needed to successfully apply the principles of sustainability for positive change, for yourself and your community. The Sustainability Leadership curriculum is project based. You’ll address real-world issues related to your interests and professional goals. You’ll also build a network of relationships with your program colleagues and mentors, community leaders, and other experts in sustainability. The knowledge and skills you’ll acquire can be put to immediate use in your life and your business, school, organization, or community.


If you are enthusiastic about becoming a change agent for sustainability, this program will feed your passion. The Sustainability Leadership Program is ideal for adult professionals working in a wide range of fields, including nonprofit and corporate management, economic development, education, government, facilities operations, public health, energy and utilities, regional planning and design, hospitality, religious service, and law.