Code Green Super CIP: Integrating Sustainability into Technical Education

Code Green Super CIP: Integrating Sustainability into Technical Education


Workforce training in North Carolina is getting a “green” makeover. North Carolina’s economy has changed to include a greater concentration of sustainability products, processes, practices, and technologies.

North Carolina Community Colleges have emerged as a primary driver in the state’s sustainability sector. The Code Green Super CIP aims to integrate sustainability skills across the curriculum beginning in the areas of energy, building, environment, transportation, and engineering technology.

By incorporating sustainability skills and knowledge into curriculum programs, colleges are better able to prepare students for success in the 21st century workforce. Join us for this webinar and learn more about this exciting program.

About the Presenter
Holly Weir is the director for the NC Community College System’s Code Green Curriculum Improvement Project’s environment sector. The main goal of this project is to infuse sustainability into technical education programs across all 58 community colleges in North Carolina. Holly has been employed by Davidson County Community College for 8 years. She believes sustainability is relevant to any curriculum and assists faculty in finding ways to incorporate green concepts into their classrooms. Most recently she has assisted Davidson County Community College in converting an old house into a living sustainable project, which serves as an example for the community, students, and faculty.


Wednesday, July 18, 2012 - 10:00am to 11:00am


50 minutes


Holly Weir, Environment Sector Project Director, NC Community Colleges Code Green Curriculum Improvement Project