“I want to encourage community college presidents to get involved. Through your leadership, we can make sustainability into a major driver of economic growth, creating new jobs and entirely new occupations. Your leadership, and successive efforts like SEED, will be critical to that effort”
- Arne Duncan
U.S. Secretary of Education
A FREE initiative of the American Association of Community Colleges and ecoAmerica, the Sustainability Education and Economic Development (SEED) Center aims to advance sustainability and clean technology education programs at community colleges by sharing innovative practices to help college administrators, faculty, and staff build the green economy. More than 470 community colleges are members of SEED, and more than 30 college presidents make up SEED’s Sustainability Task Force.
Over 500 green curricular and other resources curated by industry and higher education experts.
Detailed guides, toolkits and promising practices for two-year college faculty, staff, and leaders