Become a member of the GO Movement!
The Green Office (GO) Movement stands for institutionalising sustainability in higher education through empowering students and staff as change-makers.
Join the movement to realise this mission together! This page shows you how to join, why and what the membership consists of. If you are new to the Green Office model, first check out what it’s all about.
These communication channels and information resources allow you to connect with other movement members and to receive support, tips and updates
Share projects and learn from each others’ experiences during interactive 1.5 hour video calls, once per semester:
- The projects call in October focuses on supporting your project selection and planning. See FB event for details
- The learnings call in May focuses on reviewing lessons learnt from the past year.
- the summit in November takes place online and in-person from Friday till Saturday. See FB event here
- the summit in March takes place online for 3 hours on a Saturday
Share & discuss questions, tips, inspiration, and job opportunities with other movement members:
- The GO Movement Facebook Group and Instagram account offer an ongoing platform for exchange, with regular posts & moderation by the GO movement coordinator.
Get individual support on your projects by people who have or are currently implementing similar projects, and give back to the community by mentoring others. You can sign up for the programme once you are a member of the Facebook Group.
Each semester the GO movement coordinator* will call you for targeted support and to update the overview of GO activities & challenges, by discussing your team’s status, goals and challenges and planning a workshop if desired.
This is also a good opportunity to evaluate your team, using the Team Health Check.
(*for Dutch GOs, the GO Coordinator of Studenten voor Morgen fulfills this task via in-person meetings)
Receive updates about GO movement activities and practical tools in the Resource Hub by signing up for the newsletter (sent ca 2x / semester).
Use selected templates, good-practices and guides to save time, boost your efforts and build on the knowledge in the movement.
Find established and initiating GOs and partner networks that are part of the GO movement. The map makes your GO visible as a movement member and lets you find others close by. It includes links to websites & Facebook pages of members.
Contact Tim in case your GO or its details are missing.
If you want a case study of your GO to be included or updated, contact Tim.
Show your community and stakeholders that you are part of the Green Office Movement by using the movement logo on your website, PR materials and social media.
You will receive the high-resolution logo after sending the membership registration form.
Stay connected to the movement and share sustainable career opportunities after leaving the Green Office, by signing up for the GO Alumni Network Newsletter and Facebook group.
Here an overview of which activities take place when
Your financial contribution enables Students Organizing for Sustainability (SOS) to support and connect the members of the GO movement in a way that’s inclusive. Considering the varying financial capacities of GOs and GO initiatives, we opted for a solidarity-based model: this means you can choose which amount seems appropriate to you, given your annual budget and willingness to contribute to the movement.
All movement channels are freely available also to those who are unable to contribute financially, so your choice of contribution does not affect what channels you can access.
If you cannot contribute financially at the moment but still want to join, let us know if and by when you expect to receive a budget.
The money is used to pay for the working hours of the Green Office Movement Coordinator (as SOS staff) to organise the above-mentioned channels and promote the expansion of the movement. In the future, as more GOs join, this may be used to increase GO Movement coordination capacity or offer support funds to GO initiatives or projects.
Remember to include this contribution in your annual budget.
Suggested contribution levels, based on what existing members contribute: