Below is a list of the amazing excursions and add-ons for NI17. Enhance your NI17 experience in Atlanta by adding one on during checkout!
Join Pact's Head of Innovation and Design to engage in experiential learning and understand what it means to design with empathy in challenging environments.
This boot camp for professionals will help you identify common pitfalls of advocacy for sustainability, get unstuck in conversations, and give you the tools for effective engagement.
Learn how urban agriculture can reduce food insecurity and build healthy communities at Atlanta's urban farm, Truly Living Well.
$35 Sat 10/28 3:00pm - 5:30pm
Visit one of Atlanta's art galleries before stepping out to explore some of the Living Walls Project, over 100 outdoor murals throughout the city.
$30 - Thursday,10/26 1 - 4pm
Discuss personal, institutional and systemic racism, and explore how systems of power and privilege manifest in impact-focused work.
$50 - Thursday 10/26 1-4 pm
Explore Serenbe Farms to discuss organic growing practices, how local food systems function, and how their farm utlitizes composting.
$50 - Thursday, 10/26 12pm - 4pm
Career experts will share concrete tips and strategies for building a network, creating a strong resume, and leveraging social media.
$50 - Thursday 10/26 1 - 4pm
Visit the WaterHub at Emory University and hear from experts on what it takes to move water systems towards a more sustainable future.
$35 - Thursday, 10/26 2 - 4pm
Enjoy a networking breakfast with a private view of Atlanta's very own panda twins at the Zoo before the general public arrives!
$60 - Sat 10/28 7:30am - 10:00am
Explore the rich black history of Atlanta with a visit to the Civil & Human Rights Museum, MLK Historic Site and Sweet Auburn Market.
$30 - Sat 10/28 3:00pm - 5:30pm
Explore Tech Square, Atlanta’s center of gravity for technology and corporate innovation and visit Georgia Tech to explore their technology labs.
$15 - Sat, 10/28 3:00pm - 5:30pm SOLD OUT
Explore how International Paper operates their global supply chain network to transform renewable resources into fiber-based packaging, pulp and paper.
$15 - Thursday, 10/26 1-4pm SOLD OUT