The University of Connecticut seeks a program coordinator to coordinate day-to-day administrative activities and provide support for the EcoHouse Learning Community, where undergraduate students live together and participate in academic and service learning projects related to sustainability issues. Successful candidates will have a bachelor’s degree in environmental science studies, sustainability or related area and three to five years of experience with administrative methods within higher education or environmental contexts.
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