The last few months have been a whirlwind. With all the actions, board meetings, and victorious press conferences (!), it’s been hard to plan for summer. But here we are, sweating in our office to newly-steamy May temperatures and preparing for the onslaught of summer opportunities. Here are just a few ways to stay engaged in the climate fight and build your skills this season:

1. Get trained!

  • is holding monthly Wednesday Web Workshops all summer (and for the rest of 2014) on everything from starting new divestment campaigns to our organization’s theory of change for divestment.
  • Responsible Endowments Coalition is hosting a  Summer Organizing Retreat in New Jersey July 28-August 2, for students to come together and discuss endowments, corporate power, and strategies for winning.  
  • This June 14-22 is the 10th annual Mountain Justice Summer camp. Devoted to training a broad resistance to mountaintop removal coal mining, this summer’s camp will feature 9 days of workshops, trainings, music, and films.

2. Connect with other climate organizers!

3. Take action!

There are more actions and convergences happening this summer than we can list here, but here are a couple of opportunities that we are particularly excited about: