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Do you have a project or campaign you want to start on campus or in your community? Or have you already started a project and want to certify it for EcoLeader Recognition?

  1. Plan

    You’ve identified what you’re passionate about and declared your EcoMission, and you’re ready to take action to bring about positive change on your campus or in your community, good for you! Now it’s time to map out a plan that will help you stay on track and be prepared to succeed. Taking the time to create a well thought-out plan will help your project run as smoothly as possible.
    Access project planning resources>>
  2. Do

    Now that you’ve got a solid plan in place, have recruited a team of folks to help and have figured out the financials, it’s time to start taking action! As you move into the “action” phase of your project, it will be important to continue to manage project logistics, to provide education and training for volunteers and to advocate and promote your efforts.
    Access project action resources>>
  3. Communicate

    Doesn’t the saying go: communication is key? As you plan your project and begin implementation, it’s important to incorporate a communication strategy into your project timeline. Communication helps keep people informed of your project activities and impact and can also help gain support for your project from administration or community groups. Communication is also important for keeping your team updated on progress and next steps.
    Access project communication resources>>
  4. Sustain

    You have launched a successful project, now what do you do? Take time to celebrate your successes and recognize the people who helped in the process. Reflect on the lessons you learned and how you might improve moving forward. Develop a plan for the future and incorporate strategies to ensure it’s sustainable and has the necessary resources and support to keep it active. Your project may have been a one-time action or event, but could it be more? Meet with your project team and any people or groups that might be interested to explore options to maintain the project.
    Access resources to sustain your project>>