The Green Salem (MA) Business Challenge (GSBC) seeks an intern who is passionate about green initiatives and improving sustainability practices with a demonstrated flair for public relations, communications, and marketing.
The ideal candidate will bring excellent written and oral communication skills, experience writing press releases and using a variety of media platforms (including social media) to disseminate the GSBC message and to increase participation in the program. The GSBC intern must be able to commit to 10 to 15 hours per month for a period of six months with a start date in September 2012. S/he must have good project management skills and the ability to work in a deadline sensitive environment. For more information, or to apply, please contact Liz Vago, firstname.lastname@example.org, 978-744-3442. Also, see the full job posting at: http://www.salem.com/Pages/SalemMA_jobs/I038F0CF1
Tour downtown Salem and hear about different planning approaches and strategies to encourage redevelopment and to enliven and reconnect the waterfront to the city. Salem is a mixed use and fascinating community that possesses a strong historic charm. Along the tour, learn about the way that historic preservation continues to strengthen the surrounding community. Spend the last half hour of the tour enjoying Salem’s weekly farmer’s market where home-made products accompany produce, coffee, and cookies.
Commuter Rails leave Boston for Salem approximately every hour from North Station. For schedule information click here. The tour will meet at the Salem train station at the kiosk with a map of downtown on it. The kiosk is located at the bottom of the stairs.
3-5p.m. on June 14.
Download the flyer here.
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Yes, tomorrow is the 186th anniversary of the opening of the Erie Canal, but it’s also Campus Sustainability Day, which is even spiffier.
Don’t forget about the Massachusetts School Sustainability Coordinators Roundtable from 9:30 to noon tomorrow at Wentworth Institute of Technology. Staffs are encouraged to invite colleagues and students to attend. Click here
to check out Campus Sustainability Day events happening at campuses nationwide.
Lots of colleges and universities are making big leaps toward sustainability. Check out this story
about a leading-edge zero net energy building at a community college in Salem, Mass.
Go to it, Jumbos! How will you exercise sustainability tomorrow?