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Zero Waste Week Is Back on the Medford Campus!

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How much waste do YOU produce? Take the Zero Waste Challenge from April 18th-22nd to learn about your own habits, reduce your personal trash output, and compete with other participants!

Then bring your bag to the Academic Quad on April 22nd from 2:30-3:30PM for Jumbo Mountains and free snacks with the Eco-Reps at the Earth Day celebration. You might even win a gift card for your efforts to live more sustainably!

Sign up here to receive your Zero Waste kit in time to start the Challenge.

Sustainability Fellow, Skidmore College (Saratoga Springs, NY)

The Sustainability Office at Skidmore College seeks a full-time Sustainability Fellow. The Fellow position is a two-year, renewable appointment.

Application deadline: Position open until filled

Learn more and apply.

Sustainability Coordinator, School of Art Institute of Chicago

The Sustainability Coordinator will oversee Competition Coordination, Project Management and Policy Development, Committee Development, Department Liaison, Reporting and Planning, Department Programs, Accounting and Budget Tracking, and more.

Application deadline: Position open until filled

Learn more and apply.

Director of Sustainability, Lafayette College (Easton, PA)

Lafayette College seeks a Director of Sustainability who will lead campus efforts to build and implement an environmentally sustainable future for the College.

Application deadline: Position open until filled

Learn more and apply.

Amir is Searching for Passionate Young Adults to Lead Camp Farms/Gardens

Amir Farmers serve as garden-educators at one of our partner camps during the summer, building productive gardens and farms with campers. Leveraging Amir’s educational curriculum, Amir Farmers use the garden space to teach about issues of social justice and fairness. Farmers will be trained and build bonds with staff working across the US and Canada at the annual training seminar in late May. At this training, Farmers will learn all aspeects of building a community garden, as well as how to use Amir’s Garden Manual and Curriculum to run programming for campers of all ages.

Amir Farmers have strong management and leadership skills, mentoring and education experience, and passion for food justice and environmental stewardship.

Transportation, room and board costs are all covered by Amir, and camp salary is competitive and consummate with experience.

For more information, contact Recruitment Coordinator Alex Goldfarb at agoldfarb@amirproject.org.

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