If you are a student at CWRU, there are many great ways to get connected and involved in one of CWRU’s sustainability-related student groups. Here are some groups to get you started in reducing your impact:
Engineers without Borders
Engineers without Borders is a student organization offering opportunities to students from the major of engineering to connect with undeserved communities on a local and global scale, in order to provide these communities with sustainable solutions. These engineers work in areas of clean water, and clean energy, and work together to promote socially and environmentally sustainable communities. To learn more about the global organization, check out Engineers without Borders' website or to connect with CWRU’s branch of the organization contact the Center for Civic Engagement and Learning at 216.368.6960.
Food Recovery Network
CWRU's chapter of the Food Recovery Network endeavors to connect left over food to those without food in the greater Cleveland area. Founded in 2014, the group regularly picks up day old baked items from Einstein's Bagels on campus and drop offs at West Side Catholic Center, which serves meals to those in need. They also work with Bon Appetit to donate left over food to other charities. Connect with them on Facebook or email their leadership at email@example.com.
Graduate Student Sustainability Coalition
Grad students can get involved with sustainability issues on campus through Graduate Student Sustainability Coalition. Contact Nick Barron at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Net Impact Club at CWRU’s Weatherhead School of Management is the Case Western Reserve extension of the global Net Impact organization,which works to connect thousands of individuals from all over the world dedicated to embedding sustainability and environmental and social change into everyday business and school life. CWRU’s Net Impact Club is open to all graduate level students, and meets to implement the overarching goals of the Net Impact organization through collaborative brainstorming and idea generation. To learn more about the global think tank, check out Net Impact’s website. To connect with CWRU’s chapter, contact Dylan Beach at email@example.com.
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Student Sustainability Council
The Student Sustainability Council (SSC) is open to all undergraduate students, and provides an opportunity for students to collaborate with one another on ongoing campus projects, while innovating and creating entirely new ways to be sustainable. The student run organization meets weekly, and members are encouraged not only to participate, but also to engage and to create. To learn more about the SSC, check out their website or connect with them on their Facebook page.
Wilderness Adventure Club
A unique club on campus, the Wilderness Adventure Club brings student experts in outdoor sports as well as beginners to explore nature together. Outings, lessons and discussions on many wilderness sports bring the group together.