Engaging and Empowering the Community
Besides assisting our vendors in selling their produce, we bring tabling events and educational programs with various UCLA student organizations to bring you deeper insights on food. We also welcome student performance teams who are interested in sharing their talent on stage! Contact us if you are interested in participating here: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Interested in joining our team of caring individuals who are making an impact? We are looking for people who are passionate about learning + want to make a difference in the world. If that sounds like you, then apply!
To apply, you must be at least 18 years of age. The internship will consist of 10 hours per week for 10 weeks, ending in mid-December. You will have the opportunity to join us on a 2-week volunteer trip to our children’s home in Fond Doux, Haiti this December! This is an unpaid internship, but school credit can be provided. Apply today!
Food Forward is excited to announce we are currently seeking elementary schools and educators to be a part of our Fall 2017 kNOw Waste Program.
kNOw Waste is an interdisciplinary, standards-aligned 5th grade curriculum that introduces students to the connections between reducing food waste, improving environmental outcomes, hunger as a social concern, and the importance of utilizing surplus to meet the needs of the food insecure. This program is designed in collaboration with an educator and curriculum developer with over 20 years experience in educational leadership and is offered to participating schools 100% free of charge.
For more information on this program and to fill out our school interest form please click here.
If you are interested in becoming an educator for this program please see the attached description for our kNOw WasteEducator Position.
We are looking for dedicated volunteers to help us with invasive species removal. MRT has removed red swamp crayfish and other invasive aquatics species from the Malibu Creek Watershed for the last 10 years.When you volunteer with us you will get the chance to work with our and get behind-the-scenes experience conducting in-stream habitat restoration. You will learn how to identify native species of fish and amphibians and how to tell them apart from harmful introduced species. You will also gain experience using industry standard field equipment for invasive species removal, working in unique riparian habitat, and collecting accurate and usable data. Help us heal your creeks!
The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) highlights invasive species as the second most common threat associated with the complete extinction of a species. Don’t miss the opportunity to work in partnership with Mountains Restoration Trust and California State Parks on our joint effort to remove invasive species in the Santa Monica Mountains and protect our natives!
We are asking for your help removing invasive species every Saturday in October, November, and December (with the exception of the last weekend in December). Get a chance to see how a nongovernmental organization helps to restore your local watershed, how to apply your degree after graduation, and network with industry professionals.
Event Information, click here.
When: October 14, October 21, October 28, November 11, November 18, November 25, December 5, December 9, December 16
Where: 900 Las Virgenes Rd, Calabasas, CA 91301
Time: 9:00am – 11:00 am, or by appointment
Interested in becoming a leader in sustainability? Sign up for the Leadership in Sustainability Certificate Program! This is a certificate program offered through the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability that attracts prospective graduate students across disciplines who are interested in sustainability and multi-disciplinary opportunities. There will be a Kick-Off Event on October 26th from 5:00 to 7:00pm in 300 La Kretz Hall. Enjoy snacks and refreshments while learning about the LiS Program and meeting graduate students from across campus!
Are you looking to gain marketing experience and develop invaluable skills to get a head start in the “real world”? Want to ride on an electric scooter along the way? If you are a driven and enthusiastic trendsetter, who is well-connected to your campus community, this is the opportunity for you!
AroundCampus Group, LLC (AC) wants to partner with students who are motivated self-starters to help raise awareness of Immotor GO, the latest transportation technology. AC is offering paid part-time positions for Immotor ambassadors for a six week period during the fall 2017 semester.
During the Fall 2017 semester, as an AC brand ambassador, you will:
Ambassadors will be paid for up to 3 hours of work per week, paid out biweekly, plus incentives for completing campaign initiatives.
Ready to have one of the best jobs on campus? Apply now! Fill out the brand ambassador application & upload your resume here: http://www.aroundcampusgroup.com/campus-marketing-internship-application
Alternative Breaks is a community service organization that focuses on civic issues and social justice through multiple lenses. During Winter or Spring break, participants spend a week actively serving and learning about communities, companies, and organizations alongside other UCLA students. Multiple sites throughout the U.S. focus on various topics. The trips are affordable and provide participants with new perspectives and opportunities!
Here are just a few of our sites this year:
Apply now or learn more at abucla.com!
The University of California has a goal to send Zero Waste to landfill by 2020, and #MyLastTrash is a campaign dedicated to achieving this goal. Visit the UC website and the UCLA website to learn more about what you can do to eliminate your waste! If you are interested in getting more involved, please contact email@example.com.