GREEN STEPS @ UNI - TESTIMONIALS
Don’t just take our word for it, here are a few quotes from Green Steps @ Uni participants on their experience as part of the program.
"I learned so much on how to communicate change and how to best execute sustainability initiatives."
Kathy Hofilena, Monash University, 2016
"I feel empowered that I can go into an organisation, add value and make a real change."
Milly, Monash University, 2016
"Has made me much more confident in my ability to understand an organisation's sustainability needs and how to fulfil them."
Haesh Bhargara, University of Warwick, 2014
"I feel more confident in my approach to environmental change and feel like I have gained deeper understanding of change and behaviour/psychology"
Jennifer Gao, Monash University, 2014
"It will definitely give me more confidence and desire to learn about change and try to implement change in organisations."
Camilo Morales, Monash University, 2014
"I am definitely more aware of the critical issues around sustainability."
Oluyemi Jegede, University of Warwick, 2014
"The course was very effective. Well backed up with resources and excellent group activities. Discussions were well facilitated."
Mick Hethorn, Griffith University, 2013
"Best learning experience I've had so far in my whole life."
Kate Schmidt, University of Adelaide, 2014
"Enhanced my opinion that sustainability is an extremely important career focus."
Dominic Heslin-Rees, University of Warwick, 2014
"Great professional development! Amazing Program."
Monash University Participant, 2014
"The style was a fantastic mix of theory and hands on experience."
Ben Low, Monash University, 2013
"It was unconventional and extremely effective."
University of Adelaide Participant, 2014
"I found the style very effective. In my university course I am accustomed to being lectured at, so the part lecture/ part practical style was refreshing. To be able to put what we had been taught into practise (e.g. building our own coherent argument) helped consolidate the skill and assisted me in being able to visualize how I'd be able to use it in the future."
Effie Markesinis, Monash University, 2014