The GenCLEO Chapters (GCC) serve as an after-school program that help students increase climate literacy, awareness, and advocacy on high school and college campuses. Students begin by certifying as CLEO Climate Speakers, which gives them the training and credibility needed to educate their classmates and members of the community. Following this training, students provide peer-to-peer lectures about climate change in their schools and to their families. As a group, these students also engage in additional education and advocacy opportunities throughout the school year such as Earth Month campaigns, climate video competitions, and youth summits. This empowers students to create a real impact in their schools and communities, transforming them from learners to change makers.