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School Air Quality Leadership Network

The School Air Quality Leadership Network brings together K-12 school staff working to improve indoor air quality (IAQ) and create healthy schools across the country.

Members benefit from free support and training to help their districts implement best practices, including an annual summit, competitive fellowship positions, and an online discussion forum amongst peers. We recognize that the job titles and departments of K-12 staff managing air quality will vary and may include staff from areas such as environmental health and compliance, facilities operations and maintenance, sustainability and energy management, and health services professions.

If you are involved in air quality and environmental health at a school district, we would love to hear from you. Complete this short form to learn more and get connected with this network.

Programs and opportunities
  • School Air Quality Fellowship: The annual fellowship is available to K-12 school staff who spend at least 50% of their time on indoor air quality and/or environmental health related efforts. Ideal candidates work within school districts with existing IAQ or environmental health programs that could benefit from additional guidance and support. Fellows receive personalized training and technical support from industry experts on air quality best practices, funding for professional development, and attendance at the annual Green Schools Conference. Learn more about the fellowship program.
  • Annual School Air Quality Leaders’ Summit: Each year, network members have the opportunity to attend an in-person summit amongst their peers to share common challenges, focus on leadership skills and bigger programming goals, access timely resources, share best practice ideas, and find renewed inspiration to keep the important work going.  
  • Virtual learning and networking: The Center hosts regular webinars on indoor air quality best practices as well as informal community conversations allowing members to collaborate on shared challenges and share successes. Members also stay in touch daily through a closed communication platform where they can post questions, share resources, and network with peers working on similar initiatives.