Education is at the heart of the NCS mission. We partner with with educational institutions, creating curriculum, teaching and lecturing globally. NCS offers MBA classes through Bard MBA, Bainbridge Graduate Institute, and the University of Denver. Hunter served as a Regents Lecturer at UC Berkeley in 2013.

Our students now work in companies large and small, governments, and entrepreneurial endeavors around the world. Hunter often says that we train our competition, and it’s true. We are honored to have them as colleagues tackling the difficult challenges facing us all.

NCS Educational Programs include

Sustainability Leadership and Implementation Course
NCS has partnered with the University of Denver to host an executive education program that provides the knowledge and skills needed to implement an effective and profit-enhancing sustainability program. Learn more…

MBA Programs
Hunter teaches in MBA programs at Bainbridge Graduate Institute in Seattle, WA and at Bard College in New York. For the exciting opportunity to have Hunter as your professor click on the programs logos.

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NCS’ Change Agent Academy

Curriculum Development
NCS is frequently approached by colleges and Universities to help them develop courses in business management, sustainability, environmental studies, international development, etc. Contact us today.

Madrone Project
The madrone project plans to curate and produce modular, flexible and rigorous micro-courses that complement today’s now-traditional sustainability programs, offering affordable and accessible content to a broader population of entrepreneurial change agents.

  • Executive Education
  • Curriculum Development (Madrone Project)
  • MBA Programs
  • Change Agent Academy
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Contact us today about guest lectures, certificate programs, curriculum development, and greening your campus today!
The Madrone Project announced NCS has partnered with BGI, In the Telling, & Person to create a prototype of Madrone -- learning modules with short video integrated with other dynamic learning resources, activities and social media. ... Learn More.

Did you know...
Increasingly, employees want to work for companies that are taking sustainability seriously. Two recent studies found that overall 92 percent of workers prefer to work for an environmentally friendly company [i], and 96 percent of workers aged 18-35 want to work for a responsible and green-minded company.[ii]

[i] Working for the Earth: Green Companies and Green Jobs Attract Employees. October 2007.

[ii] Generation Y and the Workplace. Global Workplace Innovation. 2010.