About the Club
The Siena College Environmental Club is a student-run organization leading the charge of campus sustainability intiatives and environmental awareness. Some of our accomplishments include:
- Host the annual Campus Sustainability Day during fall semester: click for Siena Life article
- Coordinate annual on-campus Earth Day events: click for Siena Life article, Troy Record article
- Raised money and awareness for the H2O Project and Conservation International
- Serve our campus and local community by working with the Boys & Girls Club, Veggie Mobile, Holiday Giving Tree, Relay for Life, Annual Campus Clean-Up Day (news article), Unity House and various other organizations
- Helped plan the 2010 & 2011 Siena College Career and Internship Fair
- Helped make Siena College the first Catholic Fair Trade college in the nation.
- Coordinated and directed a recycling video for NYSAR3 and Alcoa Recycling Video Competition 2010 to win recycling bins for Siena: click for video
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Need An Internship?
Ask Dr. Jean Mangun, Dr. Mary Beth Kolozsvary, Amanda Stasiewicz or Jonathan Glueckert about various internships that are available with organizations including:
- Albany Pine Bush Preserve
- Student Conservation Corps.
- New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
- W. Haywood Burns Environmental Education Center
- Sun Dog Solar
- Alteris Renewables
- US Geological Survey
- Audubon-New York
- New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
- Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
- US Fish and Wildlife Service
Everyone is welcome, no matter your major or interests. Just stop by, check this site for upcoming meeting times for Fall 2013 semester!
Don't forget that since Amanda is studying abroad this semester, club inquiries should be directed to Jonathan at js14glue@ siena.edu!