Applications are now closed. Check in next March for more information
ECO2school's World Changers Career Pathways Scholarship engages the next generation of problem solvers and creative thinkers to apply themselves to positive solutions to the climate challenge.
World Changers is a merit-based scholarship for graduating seniors who have engaged in community projects with measurable carbon dioxide emission reductions. A strong applicant will be able to clearly articulate their leadership in both planning and organizing activities that tangibly reduce greenhouse gas emissions here in Sonoma County.
Please review the guidelines in filling out your application. Use the format that works best for you. Completed applications should be sent to email@example.com
World Changers Scholarship Guidelines
World Changers Scholarship Word
World Changers Scholarship Google Form
The application deadline for 2020 has now passed.
Questions? Contact the ECO2school team at firstname.lastname@example.org
2019-20 School Year:
Cristina Avelar- Maria Carrillo High School
Project: As President of Carrillo's Environmental Club, implemented various awareness building activities, that saved 1.5 tons of CO2 over 2 years. participated in and shared results on community walk audit for infrastructure improvements.
Annabelle Lampson- Orchard View High School
Project: A long time warrior for climate justice, she is a TCC board member a Youth Vs Apocalypse fellow and organizer and speaker at the September 2019 Climate Strike.
2017-18 School Year:
Geena Espinoza- Santa Rosa High School
Project: Implemented ECO2school Challenge for 3 years in a row as President of Eco Club. Total carbon savings calculated at over 2 tons. (see project description here)
Delaney Miller & Emily Gassaway- Windsor High School
Project: Helped organize Green Week with carbon saving activities everyday including Walk and Roll day, No idling day, and Cocoa for Carpools. Saved 852 pounds of carbon during their Green Week. (see project description here)
2018-19 School Year:
Celeste Chavez-Hernandez- Casa Grande High School
Project: As President of Casa's Environmental Club, implemented various Cut Your Carbon activities with about 15 tons of CO2 saved over 2 years.
Caitlin Grace & Dominique Garzoli- Santa Rosa High School
Project: Implemented carbon-reduction events and school activities over their 3 year involvement with the Eco Club on campus.
Solana Jolly- Windsor High School
Project: Over four years as a climate activist on campus, Solana reduced over 11 tons of CO2, reached thousands of students, and implemented Green Week during her senior year.
Eleanor Jaffe- Analy High School
Project: As a climate activist in 350.org's Youth v. Apocalypse fellowship, Eleanor wrote and delivered speeches throughout Sonoma County inspiring her fellow students and community members to confront climate change from personal, community, and policy avenues.