School Sustainability Coordinator Program
In order to help encourage the reduction of waste, energy and water use and to promote sustainability programs in schools, Marion County is recruiting up to 20 School Sustainability Coordinators (SSCs) in the 2019-2020 school year.

Eligibility and Details
Applicant must be a teacher at a K-12 school with at least 75 students that is located within Marion County. Schools are limited to one SSC per school. SSCs will be compensated $1,000 over the course of the school year in installments. Applications are due July 31, 2019 but will be accepted anytime. The compensation will be prorated if a SSC begins after the beginning of the school year.

The SSCs will receive training, materials and support to complete the activities listed below. There will be no cost to the school district or the SSC. Over the course of the school year, the total time commitment is approximately 40 hours. Upon being accepted into the program, participants will receive a more detailed list of the requirements and timeline. A summary of the time obligation is as follows:
Attend 5 evening trainings/meetings - 12 hours
Organize a school green team and meet monthly - 16 hours
Teach lessons about waste prevention and attend a field trip - 6 hours
Reporting - 2 hours
Attain/retain Oregon Green Schools certification, attend Summit - 4 hours

Questions?
environmentalservices@co.marion.or.us or 503.588.5036

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