Tag Archives: environmental organizing

EON Meeting and Elections

EON, the Environmental Organizers’ Network, is working to get back on its feet after a year’s hiatus. So far this semester, EON has met to map out its form, scope, leadership, and ideals. Tomorrow (Monday) at 4:00 PM in Usdan 108, EON will reconvene to further these discussions, as well as elect the next coordinators to see it through next semester.

Anyone interested in sustainability, environmental organizing, and climate justice issues is invited and encouraged to participate in the meeting and elections.

If you would like to run for one of the three coordinator positions, please fill out this survey by noon on Monday.

Green Corps Info Session!

Attention Seniors & Over-Achieving Juniors:

Jane Wiedenbeck ’10 will be on campus TONIGHT to give you info about a one-year paid training program in environmental organizing called Green Corps. The info session will be in Usdan 108 TONIGHT at 7 p.m. Tons of detailed info about the Green Corps Field School for Environmental Organizing after the jump.

  • Date: Thursday, February 3rd
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Place: Usdan 136

Greencorps is a one-year paid training program in environmental organizing. There are three parts to the program. Well, four parts if you count the part where you can earn a salary of $23,750 in your year with Green Corps before embarking on an influential career in sustainability.