The Climate Corps Network
The Climate Corps Network – now over 2300 members strong, including over 1,100 alumni fellows – seeks to accelerate the transition to a low carbon economy by connecting, empowering and inspiring its leaders. The network is an ongoing resource for the Climate Corps community that functions to:
Provide career support
Climate Corps has launched the careers of hundreds of talented graduate students. The network provides members with the ongoing support necessary for staying current in an ever-evolving field. We offer a breadth of resources, including online and in-person trainings, webinars and professional development opportunities, and access to a curated job board containing some of the best career opportunities in the sustainability field.
We help individuals build connections with experts and innovators through every phase of their careers by facilitating network-building activities such as:
- Networking opportunities through regional events and conferences;
- A robust online community, with over 800 active alumni and growing; and
- A mentorship program that matches volunteer alumni with current fellows to provide support and guidance.
Foster advocacy and entrepreneurship
Climate Corps actively empowers network members to take action on climate policy and entrepreneurship, and to accelerate their development into positions of sustainability leadership. We provide training and support for aspiring advocates at the local, state and federal level by offering resources, such as webinars and trainings that empower members across the country to create and execute individual advocacy plans. For aspiring climate entrepreneurs, we provide workshops, resources and connections to support alum in launching startups focused on addressing climate change.
The network at a glance
- Alumni are advancing climate solutions in 42 states across the U.S and 40 countries around the globe.
- Over 90% of alumni are actively advocating or advancing climate solutions.
- 80% of alumni fellows are working on energy and climate as a component of their full-time jobs.