The Green Schools Conference and Expo (GSCE) is the only national event to bring together all of the players involved in making green schools a reality: people who lead, operate, build, and teach in U.S. schools.
Every year, GSCE brings together the growing community of green school champions for two days of learning, connecting and collaborating to support our shared mission of advancing healthy, high-performing green schools where students learn how to sustain and improve the world around them.
Attendees engage in hands-on learning, participate in in-depth discussions and problem solving, and get inspired by speakers at the forefront of connecting sustainability, social justice and education. Two days of programming offers the opportunity for attendees to share ideas and successful strategies; learn about potential partnerships; and discover tools, services and products to help them succeed in creating schools that teach students about global sustainability—all in an environment that’s healthy for them, for their communities and for the Earth.
Green Schools Conference and Expo 2018
When: May 3–4
Where: Hyatt Regency Denver, Denver, Colorado
Call for proposals
GSCE is now accepting proposals from industry experts including educators, nonprofits, governmental agencies and corporate entities who are eager to share their knowledge, experience and efforts to create green, healthy, sustainable teaching and learning environments.
Submit to tell your story of students getting engaged in learning at schools that are better for their health and better for the environment. View the Call for Proposals document, Submittal Guide and Program Policies to learn more.
The deadline for submissions is Monday, August 14 at 5 p.m. ET.
Call for reviewers
GSCE is also accepting applications for peer reviewers to evaluate proposals for educational sessions at the 2018 conference. Peer reviewers help maintain the outstanding reputation of GSCE by identifying exceptional and timely presentations. Engaging, highly qualified reviewers with expertise in the conference’s content areas is essential to the ongoing success of the GSCE education program.