Students use CU as a living laboratory, to examine policy issues on campus and in the broader community. Environmental Center students lead projects, where they learn to analyze sustainability challenges, propose solutions, and work on implementing these solutions. Many of these student projects have led to operational and social change at CU Boulder.
If you want to learn about and participate in campus sustainability, get experience to prepare you for a job after you graduate, receive intership credit, or just meet other motivated students, sign up for our Environmental Center newsletters. The Opportunities Newsletter, which is published once a week, will include all Environmental Center needs, campus groups, community opportunities and how to sign up for them. Sign up now!
Getting "involved" can also mean sitting on our board, joining a campus club, doing an internship for class credit, or applying for a job with us. Don't forget how attending events is another way to find your passions, or just to get in on the scene. Plus it is excellent networking for growing your possibilities after graduation!
You can get in touch with the Outreach & Engagement Coordinators at email@example.com, call us at 303.492.8308, or stop by UMC 355 during business hours, Monday-Friday.