Are you a Grade 8-12 teacher in the Sea to Sky Corridor?
Interested in bringing Project Now to your school?
Reach out today!

In 2024 we will be running a community-wide program, open to all students in the Sea to Sky area. 

If you are a teacher interested in partnering on Project Now in the future, please provide your details via the link below and we will be in touch if funding becomes available.


What Topics Does Project Now Cover?

  • Climate change (global & local)
  • Global citizenship & environmental injustice
  • Government policies & plans related to climate action (global & local)
  • Project management basics
  • Effective communication & behavioral change strategies

The program also leaves space to dive into topics that are of great interest to the participants.

Program Details

Program length – Total content to be covered takes approximately 8 hours and is designed to be split over multiple sessions, anywhere from 8-12 depending on the length of time slots available. For example, in 2021 our partnership with the Whistler Secondary School EcoClub consisted of 10 x 30 minute sessions that ran every couple weeks during the students lunch hour.

Program schedule – We understand that keeping up with school curriculums can be challenging so when it comes to making a program schedule, we’re flexible and we will work with you to make a schedule that works for everyone. Typically the program length ranges from 3-5 months.

Program cost – Free (Dependent upon current grant funding available, please enquire to confirm).

Program eligibility – Grade 8-12 classes or school clubs.

Not sure if you’re ready to commit to a full mentorship program?

Check out the Global Citizen Workshop we’re currently offering to high schools in the Sea to Sky. This two-part workshop compliments the ‘Career, Life Education’ course curriculum and is available on a first come first serve basis. Check out more about the workshop below and enquire with the Project Now program coordinator today to secure your spot!


This project is proudly presented by AWARE and is made possible by generous support from TELUS Friendly Future Foundation, Resort Municipality of Whistler, Whistler Blackcomb Foundation Enviro Fund, and the Whistler Public Library.