Axinn Center 220
Old Chapel Road
Middlebury, VT 05753
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If you are seeking clarity, courage, and community on your climate journey, this Climate Compass workshop is for you. Over the course of two hours, with facilitation support from Amy Curtis of The All We Can Save Project, participants will engage in exercises to uncover inner clarity — around motivations, values, and superpowers — and external clarity — around climate solutions, context, and community. The insights you unearth will help you create a personalized Climate Compass, a navigational tool for visualizing your climate “north star.”

Given our abiding belief in the importance of “we” for climate solutions and action, this Climate Compass workshop is designed as a group experience that will support a wide range of students — from first years finding early footholds, to seniors seeking full-time employment.

Amy Curtis (she/her) is a program manager, learning experience designer, and community builder whose work centers on creating a more joyful, just, and ecologically-harmonious world. She is currently the head of programs at The All We Can Save Project. Previously, she was the director of learning experiences at She has also led learning and community-building at Minerva University, Coursera, and General Assembly. Amy holds a BA in history from the University of Virginia and a MSc in urban studies from the University of College London. She happily resides in Queens.

What is the All We Can Save Project?
The All We Can Save Project is an emergent nonprofit working to grow a leaderful climate community — through communication, community building, and education.

When we think about the climate crisis and the transformation required to address it, it can be easy to focus on the “what” (solutions, such as clean electricity) and the “how” (accelerators for change, such as policy), while overlooking the critical “who” — the people, communities, and networks that make transformation possible. That’s where we center our attention.

To nurture the “we” for all we can save — a leaderful climate community to grow a life-giving future — we use the tools of narrative change, community building, and deep learning. Throughout, we tend the emotional-spiritual root from which climate leadership grows, building a sense of courage, authentic power, and joy in the work for a life-giving future.

Any questions? Please contact Minna Brown ( and Andrés Oyaga ( See you there!


Space is limited. Please RSVP at go/climatecompass and we will be in communication to confirm your seat.

Sponsored by:
Environmental Affairs

Contact Organizer

Oyaga, Andres