Sustainability Leadership Programs

Americorps Spokane , WA 99201

Posted 2 weeks ago

Following the best sustainability practices of other higher education institutions, an AmeriCorps member will be tasked with continuing to implement the educational programs begun by the previously funded application from Gonzaga University--the Student Sustainability Leadership Program and the Employee Sustainability Ambassador Program--in addition to developing a similar program and applying it to yet to be determined businesses and community organizations in the City of Spokane and Spokane County. The goal will be to continue to educate and inform students and employees to motivate and work with others on local efforts to address aggressive global goals to care for the planet.

The AmeriCorps volunteer will develop the community program to catalyze community-wide change in our environment and our shared standard of living. This project will increase sustainability literacy and empower both students and employees in Spokane County to act as change agents. This position is contingent on funding.

Terms :

Car recommended , Permits attendance at school during off hours , Permits working at another job during off hours . Service Areas :

Environment . Skills :

Environment , Computers/Technology , Team Work , Education , Community Organization , Public Speaking , Leadership , Communications , Writing/Editing .



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