Sustainability Peer Educator
Sustainability Peer Educators work to clarify and enact student ideas while engaging the SFU administration and the community in order to promote the environmental, social, and economic sustainability of SFU and its communities. As a Sustainability Peer, you will work alongside other EMBARK SFU and Sustainability Office staff and volunteers in working groups in order to enact real change on campus.
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"In my opinion, being a sustainable peer educator allows me to make my own changes on campus. We are not asked to follow predefined objectives or schedules, but to define our own tasks and make our own changes under the assistance from peer coaches to improve the SFU community. This is a place where we could freely join into the projects from other sustainable peers that interest us, or to make our innovations come true. If you are passionate about sustainability and looking for a volunteer experience with flexibility and autonomy, I would highly recommend you to apply as a sustainable peer educator!" - Chi, Sustainability Peer Educator 2014 - 2015
EMBARK SFU is a student-run campus group created to make real change on campus by giving strength to students’ vision for a sustainable institution and collaborating with SFU administration
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
How to apply:
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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: 3828
Start date: August 2017
Application deadline: March 27, 2017