Author Archives: Christina Erickson

Res Hall Move Out Collection 2022

Each year as students move out, there is the opportunity to collect useful items for donation in the community as well as ensuring proper recycling protocol.  Move out can be a hectic time as most people are just ready to ditch it and run. Help us make this a more thoughtful, mindful process that ensures […]

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Community-Based Social Marketing workshop (June 7-9) registration is LIVE!

The registration for the Community-Based Social Marketing workshop is now live at: What: Community-Based Social Marketing workshop When: June 7, 8 and 9, 2022 from 8:30 AM – ~1:00 PM ET Where: Online via Zoom Who: This workshop is intended for watershed groups working in the Lake Champlain basin and anyone working to educate to promote environmentally sustainable behaviors […]

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United Way Volunteer Connection listings

April 27, 2022 LEND A HAND. VOLUNTEER – United Way’s Volunteer Connection site is set up to help connect agencies and volunteers. Agencies are working hard to navigate volunteering during this time, but opportunities are increasing. Here is a link for Volunteer Connection to learn more about these and other opportunities. A FRIENDLY GREETING – Ethan Allen Homestead Museum is […]

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Vermont Council on World Affairs Presents: Developing a More Inclusive Approach to Climate Change Policy – May 5

The third event of the Vermont Council on World Affairs 2022 International Speaker Series., focusing on Developing a More Inclusive Approach to Climate Change Policy includes a full day of virtual programming and in-person evening reception at Champlain College on Thursday, May 5th.  If any Champlainers would like to attend, kindly let Christina Erickson know by May 1st.

Champlain Rejoins AASHE!

Campus Colleagues, We are happy to share with you that Champlain College is once again a member of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE). AASHE is a non-profit 501(c)(3) membership organization that empowers higher education staff, faculty, administrators, and students to be effective change agents and drivers of sustainability innovation. […]

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Ukrainian Digital Humanities volunteering opportunity – March 5

 Anna E. Kijas and Francesca Giannetti (Digital Humanities Interest Group, Music Library Association) and Andy Janco (Digital Humanities Interest Group of the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies) are organizing a rapid-response Digital Humanities intervention to secure Ukrainian cultural heritage materials during this war. They are requesting volunteers to participate in data rescue […]

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2022 Compost Changes

As of January 2022, only food scraps and a few select items* are accepted in compost bins around campus and the community. Due to high rates of contamination, the Chittenden Solid Waste District and other waste haulers are no longer accepting formerly ‘compostable’ cups and containers.  As CSWD notes, “These products pose many problems for […]

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Announcing Fall 2021 Internship Applications for the U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities University Workforce Development Program

We are pleased to share the launch of the Fall 2021 term of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities University Workforce Development Program (CCUWDP). This fall, CCUWDP is offering 50 workforce development program positions across the nation and applications are now available.  This is a wonderful opportunity for students looking to gain experience in […]

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1% for the Planet seeking paid fall interns

We are currently looking for (paid!) Fall interns and I was thinking the positions might be a great fit for students who are also Eco-Reps, or any students you know interested in the intersection of sustainability and communications. We’re looking to hire a Communications Intern and a Graphic Design Intern to work on the Brand & […]

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