An invitation from Michael Ortiz ’17:
Do you like all things sustainable? Do you want to work with a great group of people? Do you want to effect change on campus? DO YOU CARRY A LUNCH BOX?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, apply to be an intern with Wesleyan’s Office of Sustainability for the 2015-2016 academic year. This is a dynamic position where you will work closely with a partner and the Director of the Office of Sustainability to help promote events, run Do It In The Dark, meet with various groups/departments on campus, and overall help make Wesleyan a more “green” campus.
Date: Applications are due by April 28th
Interested candidates should apply here: [Link to application]
The rad Rebecca Sokol ’15 hollers:
The Office of Sustainability is looking for 2-3 interns to join our team in Fall 2013. Interns manage the Waste Not program and the monthly Do It In The Dark competition in addition to organizing sustainability education programs on campus. You can find the full job description here.
If interested, email your resume to Wesustainability(at)gmail(dot)com. We will be scheduling interviews next week. The application deadline is Monday, 5/6 at 9 AM.
Deadline: Monday, May 6
Sustainability guru Kate Weiner ’15 wants you to turn trash into rad art:
Got toilet paper rolls?
Milk cartons? Egg cartons?
Turn your old recyclables into beautiful works of art at the WesSustainability’s first Recycled Art Competition. This event, in conjunction with the Office of Sustainability and the College of the Environment, will be one of the first Earth- related events of Earth Week. At our table by the Wesleyan Farmer’s Market, you will have the opportunity to build sculptures and costumes out of recycled materials. Building tools will be provided, so all you need to bring is your creativity! Finished pieces will be displayed around campus.
We encourage RA’s and HM’s to participate in the competition as a hall/house program.
Though we will provide some collected recyclables, we could always use more. Feel free to save recyclables throughout the week and bring them to the event.
Any questions? Email the Sustainability Interns at Wesustainability(at)gmail(dot)com!
Date: Friday, April 19th
Time: Noon – 5 PM
Place: Usdan Lawn and Huss Courtyard
Sustainability intern Rebecca Sokol ’15 offers you an opportunity to be on campus this senior week to take advantage of all the Wescam requests you’ll receive:
Want to stick around for Senior Week? Want to celebrate Reunion & Commencement? Apply to volunteer for WasteNot!
WasteNot is Wesleyan’s student-organized answer to the Spring semester student evacuation. It is run and maintained entirely through the commitment of the Wesleyan community, and truly exemplifies the incredible power in reusing. Fourteen volunteers, working about 5 hours each day from 5/18 – 5/27, will help facilitate clothing and furniture collection in preparation for the Fall Tag Sale. To apply, email wesustainability(eat)gmail(deat)com with your response to the question: “Why is Waste Not! important for the Wesleyan community?”
Deadline: April 19
Contact: Email wesustainability(oat)gmail(doat)com or visit our website.