The Center for Service and Global Citizenship (CSGC) is seeking seeking enthusiastic, thoughtful, and dedicated students to serve as Environmental Representatives, “EcoReps”, in the 2020-2021 school year. This program is aimed at on-campus sustainability initiatives, from the Think 80:20 recycling program to inter-dorm water and energy conservation competitions. Students will work with faculty and staff to identify problems, address solutions, provide communication avenues, and create new initiatives related to the sustainability program.
EcoReps, will be student sustainability advocates on campus. These students will be responsible for the following:
1. Educating other students about Think 80/20 and waste diversion on campus. EcoReps would help resolve student confusion about waste diversion.
2. Meeting bi-weekly
3. Working with the CSGC to facilitate any campus-wide sustainability programs or initiatives, including the Green Cup and Blue Cup challenges and community-wide Earth Day events.
4. Hosting student outreach events per term in conjunction with the CSGC board.
5. Collaborating with staff, faculty, and other students to identify problems, offer solutions, and execute projects that educate and respond to sustainability needs on campus.
Students will be selected based on their responses to the following questions and their previous commitment to sustainability on and off campus.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Heather Brown. If you are interested in being considered to be an EcoRep, please complete the following form by Monday October 5, 2020.
**Please note, if you do not receive an email copy of your application in your inbox after submission, we have not received your application**