Sustainability Lab Request for Proposals
The Sustainability Lab @ T-Rex is a hub of collaboration for people working on, learning about, and advocating for sustainability. The Sustainability Lab provides space for innovation, creativity, and collaboration; merges the often independent efforts of public and private sectors; and strives to achieve shared goals for the region, for organizations, for our communities and for ourselves to positively impact equity, the environment and the economy.

The Sustainability Lab’s goals are to:
• Share information on sustainability research, best practices and local resources to help build the capacity of participants’ efforts.
• Collaboratively examine and construct solutions to problems related to regional sustainability issues.
• Help people connect to each other and sustainability resources.
• Foster collaboration and break down silos among professionals working on sustainability.

The Sustainability Lab occurs on the last Tuesday of each month at T-Rex (5th Floor, 911 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63101) from 3:30 to 7:00, including informal networking time. Generally, there are four session slots available at each lab. We are requesting proposals to fill session slots for the next 6 months.
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Types of Concurrent Sessions
Each concurrent session is 1 hour 15 minutes. Assistance moderating is available if needed.
Which session time do you prefer?
Please check the box for the type of session you are interested in hosting.
Briefly describe your idea for a session and your desired outcomes.
One-on-one mentoring
Professionals and leaders from a variety of sectors will provide one-on-one or small-group mentoring with young professionals, students and those looking to move into the sustainability field.
If you are interested in being a mentor, what subject or skill could you mentor others on?
How many years have you been in your field?
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