There are lots of ways you can get involved under the “Campaigns” tab at the top of the page.
That said, many of us are not able to make it to regular SEAC meetings, don’t have time to do anything but quick actions, or are just so obsessed with SEAC that they want more and more and more things to do to get involved. If you fall into one of those categories, please read below for quick and/or other ways you can get in on the action.
- Since last year, our Food Campaign has evolved into a life of its own. It now exists in the forms of the Real Food Co-op (firstname.lastname@example.org), the Farmers and Gardeners Club (email@example.com), and Roots and Shoots (firstname.lastname@example.org). These three groups are always needing help – give ‘em a holler and jump right in!
- The business school now has its very own environmental group called Net Impact. They meet in Miller 1088 every first and third Wednesday of the month. You can find more information here.
- SEAC member Emily Sample has pioneered an eco-feminism group this year called Green Pink. They are just starting up, so look for more information at their website here.
- The Law School has its own environmental group called the Environmental Law Society. We have worked with them several times in the past – they do some rockin’ stuff. Check their website out here.
- The William and Mary Committee on Sustainability is always looking for more help! They cover many aspects of campus sustainability and also give out grants for sustainability-related student projects. Their website has lots more information about how to plug in and help out.
Email Jackie (email@example.com) or Dylan (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions!