Interested in making a greater commitment to Sustainability at UMW? Check out these options on how below!
Join the UMW Sustainability team by applying for…
The EcoRep program is made up of students who are passionate about sustainability, advocacy and volunteering with UMW Sustainability to help make UMW greener! Volunteer opportunities range from working with the pollinator gardens, helping with events, developing new initiatives and more. We welcome all efforts and creativity.
*Click EcoRep to be taken to the EcoRep form! A list of all the current initiatives are listed on this form as well.
UMW Sustainability is excited to open up our NEW internship program! These internships give students the opportunity to help grow and strengthen UMW Sustainability’s mission. Students also developing personal skills that will make them standout to employers and help you advance in your dream career.
*Click Internship –> log into Handshake –> search Office of Sustainability add see what is open for applying today!!
Join one of UMW’s environmental clubs!
A student environmental group on campus working to promote sustainability through action and awareness. Our club mission has 3 main goals; enjoyment, education and action.The Ecology Club works toward these goals on campus, in the Fredericksburg community, around the state and through involvement in larger environmental movements.
BEAM is a renewable energy activism club that is currently working and advocating for UMW’s energy to be sourced from 100% renewable energy! Meetings are every other Monday at 4pm in the HCC. If you are interested in joining the club, or signing the petition supporting getting renewable energy, email BEAM at email@example.com.
ADOPTA Rainforest is a non-profit organization located in Panama who purchases tropical forest land to create a private nature reserve and save the rainforest from deforestation. ADOPTA UMW fundraises for this organization and spread awareness of the effects of deforestation.
Join the President’s Council on Sustainability!
The President’s Council on Sustainability (PCS) was formed in the fall of 2009 and consists of faculty, staff, and students giving the PCS a dynamic perspective on sustainability on campus.