Sustainability Peer Educator
Sustainability Peer Educators grow in their understanding of sustainability and engage with the SFU administration and community to promote environmental, social, and economic sustainability at SFU and beyond. As a Sustainability Peer, you will participate in workshops through which you will acquire sustainability leadership skills and work on an initiative to address the needs of the community.
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"I learned so much about my field. The meaning of ‘sustainability’ is very different from what I had going into this program."- Priscilla, Sustainability Peer Educator 2017 - 2018
"The biggest takeaway from my experience as a Peer Educator is that being an advocate for the environment also involves being an advocate for other issues. Such as decolonization, global inequality, and waste. I also learned that there are so many ways to get involved with environmental issues. There are ways to bring forward issues in media, many non-profits, and protesting on the front lines. The knowledge I have gained, and learning of ways to help, inspire me to take initiative." Angela, Sustainability Peer Educator 2017 - 2018
"I have learned so much in the weekly workshops. Each workshop I learned new things about current issues or about myself. [...] My biggest takeaway would have to be the importance of decolonization and reconciliation and learning about it." Nikki, Sustainability Peer Educator 2017 - 2018
Embark is an independent, student-led not-for-profit based out of Simon Fraser University. Our mission is to engage our 35,000+ SFU undergraduate and graduate student members in change-making and inspire their sustainability leadership through our grant, advocacy, and student-designed programming.
We focus on three pathways (Climate Action, Food Systems Change, and Social Sustainability) leading to students’ ability to actively cultivate sustainable communities both on and off campus.
Location: 2623 West Mall Complex
The Sustainability Office was established to guide the university in its pursuit of its strategic vision of pursuing ecological, social and economic sustainability through its programs and operations.
Location: Strand Hall Annex, 630
For position details and how to register:
- Go to myinvolvement.sfu.ca and click on "Student"
- Log in with your computing ID and password
- From the left hand menu, click on "Opportunities"
- Click on "Getting Involved: Current Opportunities"
- Enter the job ID in the "Search by Opportunity ID:" search field.
i Note: This opportunity is recognized on the Co-Curricular Record (CCR), an official University document that tracks students’ co-curricular involvement at SFU. Learn more about the Co-Curricular Record.
Hiring Period: February - March
Job ID: 4310
Start date: September 4, 2018
Application deadline: March 4, 2018