Have a Sustainability Project to Pitch?
To inspire students and to shed light onto the community’s sustainability needs, members of the community are invited to pitch their project ideas. Project Pitches is a playful take on the format popularized by TV shows like “Shark Tank” and “Dragon’s Den”. However, rather than having an expert panel of entrepreneurs judge the various ventures, it’s the students who choose and invest their time into the projects.
In the second week of the program (April 13 & 14), community members will be invited to pitch their project ideas to the students. This can be done in person (with COVID-19 protocols in mind) or by Zoom. There is no template for a project pitch - they can be formal or informal, short or long (5-15 min), but all projects must:
- Focus on building sustainability
- Be student driven
Projects are often at varying levels of development. Some are just ideas, while others may be part of a larger project or already partially developed. It is up to the students and the facilitators to choose an appropriate project.
Please keep in mind:
- Students will have only 4-6 weeks (2-3 days per week) to work on the project
- There are 6 students, ages 11-15 years old
- We are on a tight budget and will either need community support or the support of the pitcher if external resources are required
If you have an exciting sustainability project that you would like to pitch, please fill out the following information.
Thank you for taking interest in the program and sharing your project idea! We will get back to you in short order!
Project -Re- Generation Coordinator and Facilitator
Contact info (email, phone)
In person (at the Nature House / The Portal)
Project Pitch Title (feel free to give it a snazzy name)
Location - Where will this project take place?
Level of development - How developed is this project? Is it an idea or already in development? If so, how much?
Brief Description of Project Pitch
What solutions might it bring to the community?
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