Our work is only made possible thanks to the businesses and non-profits that work directly with our schools and students. Our partners make it possible for us to create unique program offerings, provide rewarding student opportunities, and share sustainable practices.
Our partners provide funds, human power, knowledge, and opportunities that allow educational experiences to reach far beyond the classroom and allow our students to engage in relevant, meaningful action.
ECS students benefit from the extraordinary opportunity to learn from our Community Partners, whose insight and real-world experience inform and shape students’ futures. These experiences give our students invaluable skills and a credible advantage when applying for jobs and colleges.
Interested in becoming a community partner?
Community Partnership Program Benefits
Our Community Partners Program was developed as an opportunity for companies, non-profits, and their leadership–especially those interested in sustainability and education–to engage with ECS’ award-winning faculty and students.
Your partnership with ECS:
- Lets the world know your organization is committed to your own sustainability practices.
- Provides valuable networking opportunities with other sustainability-minded businesses and organizations through invitations to campus and community events.
- Highlights your sustainable business practices or products on one of the greenest campuses in the nation.
- Puts ECS’ Green Ambassadors youth on your team, as advocates for your sustainable products and practices.
- Communicates your contribution to the advancement of ecologically engaged education.
Meet Our Partners
Steinmetz Family Foundation
Algalita Marine Research Institute
Barbara Bishop PR
Beach City Cycles
California Regional Environmental Education Community
USGBC Center for Green Schools
From Lot to Spot
Fruit Tree Planting Foundation
Green Ribbon Schools
Heal the Bay
Hey! Tanks LA
In True Fashion
La Loma Development
Landers Family Fund
L.A. Social Venture Partners
The Nature Conservancy
National Hispanic Environmental Council
Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship
Social Justice Learning Institute