Join Skyline College in San Bruno for the 2019-2020 cycle, as the campus Sustainability Coordinator. The Climate Corps Fellow at Skyline College will champion and coordinate campus-wide sustainability initiatives.
The Fellow will emphasize curriculum and instructional development across disciplines, working with campus faculty, facilities staff, and students to coordinate innovative technical and non-technical instruction that will involve campus facilities--"Campus as Learning Lab"--but also cross-disciplinary engagement that could be in Humanities, Social Sciences, and Science, Math, and Technology.
The Fellow will maintain technical engagement with campus and district facilities staff for reporting updates to the Sustainability Plan (SP) and the campus Climate Action Plan (CAP), while taking measures to implement campus sustainability projects.
The Fellow will also coordinate a Sustainability Ambassadors Network (SAN) consisting of students, faculty, facilities staff, and other stakeholders and community members on campus to plan and implement special projects on campus. Other engagement efforts include producing a Sustainability Forum, faculty and student special projects in the classroom, and coordinating and producing campus Earth Day activities. The program is a partnership between the Center for Workforce Development (CWD), where the fellow is housed, and the Science, Math, and Technology (SMT) division. The Fellow serves the entire campus community, however.
The Fellowship is appropriate for candidates with wide-ranging skills, interests, and abilities that are passionate, and proactive leaders. Your skills in project management, campus organizing, self-led projects, teaching and curriculum development, creative and innovative program development, meeting and instructional design group facilitation, and technical data analysis and reporting will be honed in the program. The Fellow will make many contacts on and off campus--many of these projects involve multiple community partners.
The college Fellowship also carries an additional professional development fund on top of the monthly stipend that is intended provide financial support for the Fellow to attend national and regional conferences, or attend professional training related to program work.