—> Marketing & Publicity – Help the Styrecycle team communicate with success with campus. Create materials (digital and print) to help recruit new campus departments into the program and gather student volunteers. Also, work with current participants to promote Styrecycle to building residents.—> Procedures & Training — Join the Styrecycle team and help it transition to a new business model. Work with current leaders to prepare a procedural manual of Styrecycle’s operations and design training plans and materials to welcome and prepare new volunteers and interns.—> Summer Lead — This student will provide leadership for the Styrecycle program during the summer months between University semesters. Even though most students are away, labs are still generating Styrofoam that needs to be picked up. Tasks include maintaining infrastructure, coordinating volunteers, and working with enrolled buildings to promote the Styrofoam recycling to their residents.
All positions will be involved in Styrofoam collections (transporting via bike trailer) from program buildings. For course credit, interns must work four hours per week for one semester, or two hours per week for two semesters. The ideal candidate is able to commit two semesters of involvement (coming back in Fall 2017) - but this is not required.
Interns will report to Morgan Johnston, Director for Sustainability at Facilities & Services (and iSEE liaison), and should be available for a weekly meeting with her. To apply, submit this form by 11:59pm on March 10. Chosen interns will be notified by March 17 and begin working after Spring Break.