The President’s Sustainability Council is currently seeking new faculty and/or staff members for a three-year term beginning fall 2018. Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, along with your Curriculum Vitae, resume, or brief professional biography to the co-chairs of the Council: Suzanne McGillicuddy and Karen Pearson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline is April 27, 2018.
In your letter of interest, please include your credentials pertaining to sustainability and a few ideas for Council activities and campus initiatives focused on sustainability.
Please note that to be considered, you must be available for Council meetings on Wednesdays, noon - 1pm, every other week during each semester. Additionally, all Council members are expected to be engaged members and take initiative on a variety of Council projects. New members will be expected to actively participate in existing programs as well as propose new projects.
Background: Since 2009 the Sustainability Council has been working towards making FIT a more sustainable educational institution in its operations and curriculum. The Council fosters new initiatives, makes recommendations for and promotes policies, projects, and programs that further FIT’s commitment to all environmental, economic, and social aspects of sustainability. The Council administers the $15,000 Annual Sustainability Grants Program, coordinates the Annual Sustainable Business and Design Conference, and sponsors other campus-wide events.
Please direct any questions to Suzanne McGillicuddy or Karen Pearson, Co-chairs, at email@example.com.