Participants receive fundraising training and develop a fundraising plan. Participants are also given essential learning materials on Climate Change and Central America. All funds raised go to the One World One Chance project.
3 Months – USA
The second part of the course is based at our Michigan campus. Participants will join the One World Center community and begin training with their fellow teammates. Training includes investigations into Climate Change and reaching out to different groups and communities. Teams will also choose partners and prepare route plans for their impending journeys.
4 Months Traveling
The team will set off to bike through Central America. Along the way them members will visit social and environmental projects and groups; communities at the forefront of the effects of changing climates and other key stakeholders. They will learn about their struggles and visions, exchange knowledge and form partnerships.
The journey will allow participants to conduct significant research on climate change; gathering interviews; attending events; capturing landscapes and speaking with experts. On completion participants write up their findings and produce a report. This contributes to the One World Center’s One World One Chance Project.
2 Months – USA
Teammates conclude their research and present findings to partners and other communities. Teams will work to promote their materials and research to a wider audience to help mobilize others to take action against Climate Change. Teams will also host an event on campus.