West Chester University
The University has many staff who work on sustainability issues in their day to day responsibilities. However, in an institution as large as WCU, there will always be things that volunteers can do to improve our campus and help make us all better stewards of our environment.
Some of these volunteer opportunities happen through student organizations such as the EARTH (Environment Association for the Repair of the Habitat) Group. You can find out more about their activities and mission through this link.
However, if you want to help out where you live, you may want to sign up to be a Recycling Coordinator! Here are the details:
In conjunction with various offices on the campus, the Office of Residence Life and Housing Services is looking to improve the impact of recycling in the residential facilities. In order to do this, we need help! We are hoping that student volunteers, acting as Recycling Coordinators, would do the following:
We are also open to other suggestions, so please let us know! It would be ideal to have coordinators who live on campus and can monitor their own living area, but there may be a way off campus students can participate as well.
If you have any questions, would like more information, or want to sign up, please contact Peter Galloway Director of Housing Services, 202 Lawrence Center, 610-436-3307.