TD Environmental Leadership Program

The CGCE, in collaboration with its Community Partners, is offering uOttawa students to take an active role in carrying out positive, lasting change in the environment sector. The program will bring together teams of uOttawa students, headed by Team Leaders, to plan and implement community-based service projects addressing environmental issues and challenges in the National Capital Region.

Selection Criteria

EACH PARTICIPANT
– is a registered uOttawa student
– is willing to participate fully in all program activities and work hard to achieve project objectives
– participates in program evaluation

BILINGUAL TEAM LEADERS
– act as contact person between Community Partner and team and addresses issues that may arise
– are a member of the team and have the same responsibilities as any participant
– build team cohesion
– assist in recruiting team members
– provide final report and feedback to CGCE

Application Process

A. Consult the 2013-2014 project descriptions

B. Complete the on-line application form

Participant application form

Team Leader application form

Project Descriptions and Deadlines

Sustainable Living Ottawa East (SLOE): Shoreline restoration along the Rideau River
Deadline for team leader: December 4th, 2013
Deadline for participants: January 17th. 2014

Enviro Éduc-Action: Écoles écocitoyennes de l’Outaouais revitalization of elementary school yard  
Deadline for team leader: January 17th. 2014
Deadline for participants: March 15, 2014

Ottawa Biosphere Eco-city (OBEC): Creating environmental sustainability plans for high school youth
Deadline for team leader: December 4th, 2013
Deadline for participants: January 17th. 2014

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