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Green Clean Schools Event Dates Announced
Healthy Schools Campaign (HSC) has announced two big Green Clean Schools events that will be happening in 2017:
The Green Clean Schools Leadership Institute will take place in Salt Lake City, Utah, July 12-14. This event will convene HSC’s growing network of facility managers from schools and universities across the country to focus on how to move the green cleaning movement forward, in facility programs, communities and the field.
The Green Clean Schools Forum at ISSA/INTERCLEAN is scheduled to take place in Las Vegas, Sept. 11-12. This event is the perfect way for school facility managers to get the most out of ISSA/INTERCLEAN, featuring a full day of interactive and engaging programming that dives deep into the Five Steps to Green Cleaning in Schools, a guided tour of the trade show floor and ample networking opportunities.
Last year marked the first year in a five-year partnership with ISSA, which is focused on growing a network of engaged green cleaning leaders to push the needle on the way schools are cleaned. Close to 300 people came together at the 2016 events around a shared passion for green cleaning in schools to network, share ideas, learn from the experts and galvanize this movement.
Building on that success, HSC is thrilled to be able to announce the programming for 2017 early enough for school facility managers to plan in advance for attendance, get the necessary approvals, and budget for travel. As in the past, HSC will also be offering paid scholarships for select schools.
Stay tuned by signing up for the HSC newsletter and checking the events page on greencleanschools.org. All details, including registration, schedule and lodging information, will be posted on our events page as soon as they are confirmed.
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