Registration Open for 2018!


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K-12 Recycling Challenge


FREE for all California K-12 Schools!

Cash Awards to Winning Schools

Informational Webinar

 Webinar Registration is OPEN!

Register for a free informational webinar to learn more about how to participate and win cash awards for your school's recycling efforts.

Tue, 11/14/17 at 2pm

Wed, 11/15/17 at 10am

Wed, 12/6/17 at 3pm

Thu, 12/7/17 at 10am

Wed, 1/24/18 at 10am

Thu, 1/25/18 at 2pm

 

 

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Collegiate Affiliate Program (CAP)


Collegiate Affiliate Program


Keep California Beautiful (KCB) and Keep America Beautiful (KAB) are partnering with Universities and Colleges to produce positive change through their new Campus Affiliate Program (CAP). Campus Affiliation with KAB and KCB will provide an opportunity to recognize existing campus green teams, faculty facilitators or sustainability organizations efforts. The program is designed to raise awareness about the environment through activities of each school’s choosing. KCB believes that the knowledge and experience obtained in college shapes not only the future of students, but of the world as well. Ideas and practices adopted in the collegiate setting continue well past graduation. To encourage and support environmental stewardship, KCB has begun partnering with universities to teach students about the role that sustainable practices have in creating a positive future for California.


Why Should A Campus Join?


Campuses will benefit by utilizing Keep America Beautiful programs to:

  • Recognize Universities as program partners,
  • Augment their sustainability efforts Influence attitudes and behaviors regarding individual environmental responsibility,
  • Help enhance quality of life through an improved physical environment,
  • Encourage students and faculty to engage in meaningful activities that help create sustainable environments not only on campus but in their local community,
  • Improve ties with the community Connect with Keep America Beautiful’s 1,200 affiliates and partners nationwide,
  • Participate in national public-private partnership programs like the Great American Clean Up, RecycleMania and America Recycles Day,
  • Become eligible for Affiliate grant programs.

For More Information On CAP Program


Christine Flowers
Lead CAP Consultant
(916) 454-9067
[email protected]


Ray Scott
KCB Board President
(661) 831-2321
[email protected]


Keep the Cap On