Florida State University’s Sustainable Campus works to educate and engage students, staff, and faculty to set an example of campus sustainability and position FSU as a leader of environmental and social action.
Our educational efforts, community outreach, and programs work alongside the greater campus efforts and operations to provide everyone with the ability to develop, apply, and practice sustainability. Our efforts seek to conserve resources at FSU and strengthen the positive impact our university leaves upon the local and global environment for generations to come.
Who we are:
- We are diverse, enthusiastic learners who care about all things sustainability.
- We strongly believe in and follow a culture that is open, transparent, inclusive, and collaborative.
- We are a friendly team and value relationships.
Current Job Openings:
Take Back the Tap Student Intern (10hrs/week)
TBTT is a student run advocacy campaign and RSO aimed to help FSU become a bottled water free campus. This movement encourages students, faculty, and staff to use FSU's hydration stations while hosting educational events to raise awareness about the benefits of drinking tap water. The program is also committed to educating the campus community on water conservation, access, and quality issues.
If you are passionate about seeing less single-use, disposable bottles at FSU, email Jamie Valentine (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a paragraph about your interest in the position, along with your resume.