Beyond Benign


About Partnerships

Diverse partnerships are integral to the development and execution of our work to bring green chemistry educational resources to educators, industry and society at large. Individual, foundation, and corporate funders are critical partners in our ongoing goal to apply our expertise, build our capacity to serve and expand our social impact.

K-12 Education

In K-12 education we interface with local groups and national associations supporting science education and professional development opportunities for teachers.

Higher Education

In Higher Education we engage directly with Professors and Department Administrators on their multifaceted approaches to augmenting traditional chemistry education with green chemistry and toxicology concepts.

Industry Partners

Industry partners provide cutting-edge case studies in green technological innovation, strengthening curriculum links to real-world applications of chemistry in K-12, and making better connections to industrial chemistry in higher education.

how to partner with us

  • Support K-12 STEM education in your community by bringing a K-12 teacher training to your site location
  • Work with Beyond Benign curriculum teams to design curriculum inspired by industrial greener technological innovations
  • Connect to university partners in your community to bring green chemistry and toxicology training to their programs
  • Share our open-access curriculum with educators

case studies

ACS American Association of Chemistry Teachers (AACT)

ACS Green Chemistry Institute (GCI)

ACS New York Section (NYACS)

American Association of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)

Bridgewater State University Center for the Advancement of Science Education (CASE)

Green Chemistry and Commerce Council (GC3)

Mechanochemistry for Sustainable Industry (MechSustInd)

Network of Early-Career Sustainable Scientists and Engineers (NESSE)

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation