How to Get Involved
Apply for the summer workshop.
The Pacific Spirit Project workshop is an annual 2 day event held in early summer, with a follow-up meeting held in late August. The workshop has a limit of 20 participants. While the workshop is offered free of charge to BCIT faculty and staff, participants need to arrange with their department for professional development leave.
Contact past participants.
Want to incorporate sustainability into your curriculum? Take a look at a few projects completed by past participants, and contact us for information on how to connect directly to their experience.
Join us for networking events
Come join us for networking events with past and prospective participants. Our recent networking events featured:
- Patricia Sackville's thought-provoking presentation on the links between bio-cultural diversity and species diversity [PDF].
- Shannon Kelly introducing an appendix she created on integrating sustainability at BCIT [PDF] for a communications textbook. Shannon is also taking a free online course offered by UNESCO on sustainability in education.
- Alex Hebert introducing a free Climate Literacy 101 learning module in D2L for staff and students.
Be sure to check back here for details about upcoming networking events.