Jane Goodall Now Teaching a Free Online Course on Developing Compassionate Leaders: Enroll and Start Today

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FYI: Starting today, you can enroll in Jane Goodall’s course on cultivating compassionate leaders. Offered through the University of Colorado-Boulder, the free MOOC will help participants “mentor young people to lead change in their communities using community mapping, collaborating with stakeholders, and designing practical solutions in the form of campaigns.” Although mainly designed for “K-12 formal and informal educators in the United States,” the course nonetheless welcomes anyone interested in compassion and leadership. Find more information about the class at this UC-Boulder page.

Separately, Goodall has also recently developed a course on conserving the environment. It’s available through Masterclass. We have a few more details here.

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