New members are always welcome!
Our next general meeting is March 28 at 11am in FLITE 214.
An organization dedicated to excellence in sustainability. We strive to improve our campus and the environment through the act of providing sustainability based education, information, and events. One of our major goals is to make recycling more easily accessible to all students and faculty. The cornerstone of the group is the 3 Rs mentality, which is reduce, reuse, and recycle, as well as its relation to the economy, culture, and human progression. A perfect group for those interested in recycling on campus, alternative energy, resource management, environmental issues, sustainable business practice, or just looking for volunteer hours. BSA hosts multiple events per semester ending of each year with a host of Earth Week festivities. BSA encourages all members to get involved and provides many opportunities for volunteering and leadership. 2016-17 promises to be our biggest and best year yet with lots of new plans developing quickly. Everyone is always welcome at any of our meetings and no dress code is required.
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FLITE 214 (unless otherwise noted)
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Meeting dates for Fall 2017 are as follows,
Tuesday, Jan 31- FLITE 214
Tuesday, Feb 7- FLITE 214
Tuesday, Feb 21 - FLITE 214
Tuesday, March 14 - FLITE 214
Tuesday, March 28 - FLITE 214
Tuesday, April 4 - FLITE *135*
Tuesday, April 11 - FLITE 214
Tuesday, April 25 - FLITE 214
At meetings we will form committees to help planning for events, sign up for volunteer positions at upcoming events, review current group progress, explore collaborations with other groups, and discuss future plans. Meetings generally last about 45 minutes to an hour.
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Our organization is committed to working on campus and in the community to improve the social, economical, and environmental well being of our community through the development of and education in sustainable practices.
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Anyone is welcome and encouraged to join!
Why should people join? What makes your group special? What will students gain by being a member?
We are currently working on implementing recycling campus-wide. We also host events to let students know who we are and what we are trying to accomplish, as well as to try to instill our vision of a sustainable future. We have also started a new program that has helped us take members to large music festivals such as Electric Forest to work on green teams and we hope to expand on this project further this year.
Does your group have a fundraising, volunteer, or service initiative? Do you consistently work with a non profit organization?
While we provide an ample amount of opportunities in volunteer and service work, our fundraising methodology and goals in these three areas are under new development.