SLS is an experiential learning program, and partnerships are key to all of our work. SLS collaborates with diverse partners - from communities, nonprofits, government, academia, and business – on key sustainability challenges. We focus especially on building long-term relationships with partners in Atlanta and Georgia. We also collaborate with other units on-campus working to create a sustainable Georgia Tech. We prioritize partnerships that will advance work related to six priority issues: Community Health, Equitable & Sustainable Development, Climate Change & Energy, Social Innovation, Green Infrastructure, and the U.N. SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). Through these partnerships, GT students, faculty, and staff help advance shared visions for change - and students learn to use the knowledge and skills they are acquiring at GT to help “create sustainable communities.”
We have too many partners to list all of them - but here is a list of some of the partners we work with most, through our Partnership Advisory Council, Signature Programs, course partnerships, and ongoing projects.
We collaborate with partners through:
Collaborative Research Projects
RCE Greater Atlanta, affiliated with the United Nations University - our regional sustainability network advancing education around the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals
Read examples of some of our collaborations below.
We are always interested in new partnerships! Please get in touch.
Click on the images below to read about some of our collaborations to date.