Milken Institute School of Public Health
George Washington University
950 New Hampshire Ave NW
Washington, DC 20052

ARC Hotel
824 New Hampshire Ave NW
Washington, DC 20037


About the Symposium

Generation180 is hosting the inaugural Clean Energy Schools Symposium to bring together its nationwide School Leadership in Clean Energy (SLICE) Network and to elevate the role of the education sector as a force towards building a clean energy future.

During the Symposium, invited K-12 school leaders will be empowered and equipped to further advance clean energy adoption in their schools and communities. The Symposium will feature the nation’s most innovative case studies and deliver best practices, strategies, and resources from experts on building energy and clean transportation. The event will facilitate the exchange of knowledge and experience amongst K-12 school leaders in a variety of roles across the country.

Symposium Agenda

Event Details & Resources

Get more information about the Symposium and the SLICE Network by reviewing this recording of the network’s January 19th meeting

Thanks to support from our event sponsors, Generation180 is pleased to be able to offer a scholarship to  members of its School Leadership in Clean Energy (SLICE) Network. The scholarship will cover the costs of attendance, including hotel and meals during the event and transportation to/from Washington D.C. 

Use the resource below to learn more about planning your travel and the process for travel reimbursement:

Travel FAQs

Use these resources below to share about the scholarship award and event with your supervisors:

Attendance Justification FAQs /Attendance Justification Letter 

Please let us know whether or not you intend to join us and accept the scholarship. In order to guarantee your scholarship to attend, please register by Friday, February 17th.  

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SYMPOSIUM SPONSOR: The Clean Energy Schools Symposium and scholarships for school leaders are made possible through the generous support of FedEx.

WORKSHOP SPONSOR: The Electric School Bus Workshop on Day 3 (March 28) of the Symposium is made possible through the generous support of World Resources Institute (WRI).