Climate Sustainability Advisory (CSA) 2022 (#562)

Registration Deposit: $0

Start Date: 2022-09-24

End Date: 2023-06-17

Start Time: 14:00

End Time: 15:00

  • filter_dramaClass Description

    HOLIDAY SCHEDULE: No classes will be held on weekend of 9/3, 9/4, 9/5 due to holiday weekend at the request of families. A Word from the Mentors ============================ CSA is a student-run organization sponsored by PVNet. We work to encourage environmental sustainability by developing plans and presenting them to local city councils. The results of our research resulted in recommendations which were presented to City Councils including RPV, PVE, and RHE and were well received. Topics included native plants, water conservation, electricity conservation, and road maintenance. We are excited to welcome new members to the team for the 2022 - 2023 school year. Visit our webpage at pvnet.com/csa Description ============================== An advisory group will be formed. Members will research the sustainability policies and plans of each of the 4 cities on the hill (Palos Verdes Estates, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates) to find out what they are doing that works most towards sustainability and reduced global warming. They will then offer recommendations to the city council in the form of an official document. Members may present their recommendations during city council meetings. The presentations become part of the city's permanent record. As a member of this program, you will be given the opportunity to learn the following skills: - Leadership - Communication - How to run a council meeting - Research Requirements To Participate ============================ - Must currently be enrolled in a local high school - Must commit to participating in the program for the minimum of 1 school year HOW TO REGISTER ================ - Fill out the Google Form: https://forms.gle/YvRpWtKfLv9JD2ss6 - If you don't already have an account, click on "Create Account" at the top left of this page to create a parent account first, then add the student. - After you have created the account click on "Enroll" at the bottom right on this page. - Send a one paragraph email why you would like to join to: ... To: Education@PVNet.com ... Subject: Leadership ... Include your full name in the email ******************************************************* **** Please: do NOT create a duplicate account **** ******************************************************* Join this advisory to research what sustainability efforts are already in place in cities on the Palos Verdes Peninsula, and make recommendations for improvement. This advisory is founded on the following assumption: The Palos Verdes Peninsula is home to four cities with delicate open space environments all of which are suffering from human created global warming and over development. Learn about how to create positive change in local government that could affect your community and possibly contribute towards improving global sustainability. THIS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM IS HANDS ON: ====================================== - There will be guest mentors - Students may attend City Council Meetings - Research sustainability practices - Learn about common advisory management practices - Be introduced to local municipal issues - Collaborate with others, such as the Video Production class students By registering for this program you agree to PVNet's terms and policies including the following: 1. Student agrees to participate for the entire semester duration of this program (1 school year and a presentation to the City Council) 2. Parents agree that in the event of student's early withdrawal from this program parents will immediately pay $300 to PVNet.

  • placeAdditional Information

    MEETING SCHEDULE: Meetings will be scheduled by the Advisory participants. Students may meet any time and without limit at PVNet during regular business hours.

  • whatshotPrerequisites

    Must currently be in High School. Must commit to participating in the program for the duration of the program (1 school year and a presentation to the City Council)