Gorloks Going Green (G3) Peer Education Program

Peer Education & Sustainability

Thanks to a generous St. Louis Earth Day Action grant, Webster University will be launching a peer education program geared toward sustainability in fall 2016.

The goal of the Gorloks Going Green (G3) Sustainability Peer Educator Program is to foster a robust culture of sustainability on Webster University’s campus. The G3 program will focus on training undergraduate and graduate students to be well-versed and informed about sustainable lifestyles, habits, resources and knowledge with the ultimate mission of delivering educational opportunities, such as workshops and lessons, to their peers across campus.

 Meet our Fall 2016 G3 Team!


(From the left:) Forrest Burrelsman, Angela Lavin (Coordinator), Kelsey Wingo (Director), Valerie Martin, and Nathalia Smith

 

Request a G3 Educator Workshop!

Is your office, club, student organization, class or department interested in learning more about the basics of sustainability?

G3 Educator workshops provide spaces where newbies and "green" veterans alike can join in conversations and activities around environmental sustainability!

Requests are open now through December 1, 2016.

Peer Educators are student leaders that help to encourage the campus community to improve environmental, social and economic sustainability.

Request a Workshop!

Workshop Resources

Household Items & Water Usage - Science Daily

Water Basics - U.S. Geological Survey

Where Does Our Water Come From? - NPR

Simple Steps to Save Water - U.S. EPA