The CU Environmental Center seeks committed and qualified students with a passion for sustainability and social justice to work with us in the 2020-2021 school year.
Most positions require technical skill and some knowledge of sustainability from 1-2 semesters of previous experience, course work, or training. Work commitments are usually 5 – 15 hours per week during the school year. We have some work study positions available.
We are currently hiring for the following positions:
- Eco-Social Justice Events Coordinators
- Eco-Visits Peer Mentors
- Graphic Designer
- Social Media & Events Coordinator
- Sustainable Buffs Peer Mentors
Early Bird priority will given to applications received by August 10, 2020
Interviews will be scheduled with select applicants in August 2020 with work beginning first week of Fall Semester 2020.
About the Environmental Center
Students are the heart and soul of the Environmental Center, creating a sustainable CU Boulder campus and making a positive impact on the campus community and beyond. Environmental Center student-led programs and projects have pioneered sustainable improvements that other universities and communities are emulating.
Social justice initiatives are key components of sustainability. The Environmental Center strives to create programs, activities and an organizational culture that embrace social justice, inclusivity and diversity.
Undergraduate and graduate students who work with the CU Environmental Center are engaged in a variety of majors such as (but not limited to) engineering, business, communication, political science, architecture, biology, education, and environmental studies. Applications are welcome from all students including but not limited to underrepresented students at CU - students of color, first-generation students, students with disabilities, LGBTQI students, low-income students and non-traditional students.