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Do you want to help your
students change the world?

With us, your students & educators join a global community and gain skills to make a difference!

The world needs more sustainability leaders.

Help your students & educators become those leaders!

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Our programs

Several times a year we run one-week experiential programs that are open to students and early-career professionals from around the world. Click here to see the dates of our Upcoming Programs and explore which ones align with your time zone.

Our Learning Journey

Every How to Change the World program guides participants like you through the same overarching Learning Journey — one that over 6,500 participants have experienced since 2014.

Our fully-virtual program

Our fully virtual programs will provide you with a global network while empowering you to tackle real-world sustainability and innovation challenges from the comfort and safety of your home.

The experience

Students who participate in our one-of-a-kind experiential program work in international, interdisciplinary teams to tackle the world's sustainability challenges.

Educators who join our programs benefit from our signature Train-the-Trainer program that provides them with the knowledge and practice to design and deliver experiential education... even in fully-virtual environments.

The student

The educator

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Support local communities

Throughout the program students and educators both engage with local leaders and stakeholders to co-develop innovative ideas that can have a real impact on the sustainability challenges their community is facing.

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When students & educators complete our program, they join our growing global community

We are building a diverse global community on the principles of continuous learning, collaboration and professional development. All alumni of our programs – including both students and educators – are warmly welcomed to join and co-develop the community with us.

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Both student and educator alumni join a growing network of diverse colleagues from around the world with whom they can exchange experience and knowledge, and build new collaborations.


Discover opportunities

Our growing community enables alumni to discover new pathways to positive impact – from students finding jobs; to faculty finding research collaborators; to everyone developing entrepreneurial ideas, together.



From guided learning experiences, to mentorship from experienced colleagues, to peer-to-peer learning opportunities – we work with our community members to foster a culture of continuous learning.

Are you ready to empower your students & educators?

What participants think

“The focus on falling in love with the problem, not the solution, is unique to How to Change the World."


"I realized the broader applications of engineering and I would like to work towards becoming a leader to be able to forge the future."


“I learned a great deal about how public policy, public support, and private interests must interact to achieve change."


“I learned how to work through real complex problems and received guidance from people who do this on a regular basis.”

“This program teaches not only the theory, but also the practical aspects of starting a career in sustainable entrepreneurship.”

Since 2014, we have had more than

6,500 participants 


would recommend the program to their friends and colleagues.


rated the program one of their most valuable educational experiences



self-reported significant improvement in their critical thinking and problem solving skills.

Data from February and March 2021 programs

self-reported significant improvement in their digital collaboration and communication skills.

Join our network of global institutions

How to get involved

How to get involved

Send a cohort of ten (10) or more students to one of Our Upcoming Programs,
and one of your educators can join our unique train-the-trainer program for free!