SLLP Registration

SLLP Registration Form

To apply for the Sustainable Living Leadership Program, please fill in the form below, upload your resume and sustainability project idea, and then pay your registration fee. Please note that to finish the form, you will need to complete the following two quizzes: MindTools Leadership Skills Quiz and SkillsYouNeed Leadership Style Quiz (save your results – you will need them to complete this registration form and, if selected as an SLLP participant, you will be discussing your results on the trip.)

To be considered for the program, we must receive your application and $1,500 registration fee by April 30th.

Cheques should be payable to the Rivershed Society of BC and mailed to:

Rivershed Society of BC
334A Evergreen Drive, Port Moody. BC, Canada, V3H 1S3

Your payment will be held until the selection process has been completed.

Once you are selected, your payment will be processed. If you are not selected, your full $1,500 cheque will be returned to you.

Please note: A non-refundable administration fee of $150 will be charged to applicants who are accepted to the program and withdraw after April 30th.

Selected participants will be given an SLLP Alumni user account, allowing you to post your community project on our website. You are expected to keep your profile and project page updated while completing your SLLP community project, and are encouraged to use the blogging feature to share updates, requests for help, and to celebrate the completion of your project.

  • List any allergies you have.
  • Rivershed Sustainability Questions

  • Leadership Questions

  • The quiz can be found at Please save your results (if you are selected as a participant, you will be discussing your results on the trip).
  • The quiz can be found online at Please save your results (if you are selected as a participant, you will be discussing your results on the trip).
  • Uploads

  • Be sure to include two references with contact information.
    Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx.
  • Describe the sustainability project you will implement in your community after the trip. You must work with a local organization (Indian band, stewardship group, university, college, government, etc.) to implement your project and it must fall under one of the following three categories: • Conservation • Protection • Restoration Your summary should be limited to a maximum of 750 words.
  • Please note that if you are selected, this project description will be used on the RSBC website and in press releases.
  • You can opt out of the emails at any time.

We strongly encourage you to seek financial assistance from your community (e.g. local watershed or stewardship group, rotary or service club, band council, business association, etc.) to help you cover your registration fee.