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Today, taking a sustainability approach is smart business, and more and more organizations are looking for leaders driven by a green mindset as they lead others and seek success. If you’re ready to help the world do business better, this sustainability management program may be just for you.
With a degree in sustainability management, you’ll learn to understand the relationship between global ecology and the business world, work to find creative solutions for the problems our world faces, and make a lasting impact on the health of your community and world. This holistic view of doing business places equal emphasis on the planet, people, and profit, a concept referred to as the triple bottom line, which has always been a core value of our business program.
James (Jim) Gingerich ’66 has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya and has served in agricultural economic development for 34 years in six countries. He was awarded the 2016 Goshen College Champions of Character Award.
Goshen graduates Mark Histand '08 and Alex Caskey '10 oversaw the construction a peanut butter factory in Malawi with Project Peanut Butter, which aims to treat children with malnutrition and help the local economy.
Solongo Gonchigsuren is a junior accounting major and TESOL minor from Mongolia. With the help of her professors and the educational setting at GC, Solongo is not only excelling, but also dreaming big.