Campus Corps chapters recruit college students to fight for climate action, starting right outside their door. With support, training, and resources from Climate Reality, young activists in 37 Campus Corps chapters push their college or university to break ties with fossil fuels and embrace practical clean energy solutions across the school.
The result is a growing body of change-makers who are not only making a difference on campus today, but cutting their teeth as activists and building the know-how and skills to become movement leaders tomorrow.
Campus Corps chapter highlights from 2019 include welcoming our first chapter at a historically black college or university, North Carolina Central University. And at Doane University in Nebraska, our chapter introduced a divestment resolution, ran a student campaign in support of the resolution, and celebrated the resolution’s approval by the Doane University Board of Trustees in May.