The Green Program is an opportunity to gain travel abroad experience in Costa Rica. Read through the information….looks especially good for those interested in learning about energy specifics. Those interested in the Natural Resource Economics masters might consider this program. There are limited openings.
The GREEN Program enhances your understanding of the Renewable Energy and Sustainability industries by taking you outside of the classroom and into the field. By gaining exclusive access to different Renewable Energy facilities in Costa Rica, you will receive the hands-on experience you need to accelerate your career. The GREEN Program provides a perfect balance of interactive online modules, engaging group discussions, and exclusive facility visits to inform, engage, and inspire students of all majors.
The GREEN Program is a 12-day experience which combines education, adventure, and cultural immersion that creates a lasting impact and helps you accelerate your career.
GREEN’s post program benefits allow like-minded students to stay connected through the GREEN Alumni Network. The Network provides Alumni access to internship and job opportunities, as well as industry events.
To gain a better understanding of The GREEN Program visit our website at www.theGREENprogram.com, view our program video, and download our Program Package.
Due to high demand, spots on each program are limited to 20 students. Submit your application for the program dates below.
12-Day WINTER BREAK Programs
December 12th – December 23rd
December 27th – January 7th (Program Full)
January 3rd – January 14th (Program Full)
9-Day SPRING BREAK Programs
March 2nd – March 10th
March 9th – March 17th
March 16th – March 24th
March 23rd – March 31st
Summer 2013 Programs Now Open
12-day programs in May, June, July, August, and September
We look forward to traveling with you!
-The GREEN Team
Global Renewable Energy Education Network
Director of University Outreach & Alumni Relations
215.796.7860 | www.thegreenprogram.com
“An Educational Breakthrough in a Costa Rican Paradise”