There are many ways to get involved with sustainaiblity at SMC. Get Involved Flier
Eco Action Club
We raise awareness about sustainability issues on campus, host events and perform environmental research projects. Meets Thursdays @ 11:15 @ CEUS – 1744 Pearl St.
Facebook: SMC Eco Action
SMC Bike Club
Building campus bike culture, teaching repair and safety skills, leading group rides, repairing students’ bikes, and supporting bike initiatives.
Meets Thursdays 11:15am @ Bike Lot on Pearl St.
Facebook: SMC Bike Club
Manages the Organic Learning Garden on campus and teaches students how to grow their own food. Meets Tuesdays 11:15 @ Organic Learning Garden
Facebook: SMC Garden
Plastic Free SMC
Works on initiatives to reduce disposable plastics on campus. Meets Thursdays 11:15 @ CEUS — 1744 Pearl St.
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Corsairs for Animal Rights & Ethics promotes humane treatment of animals and advocates for more vegetarian and vegan food choices on campus. Meets Tuesdays 11:15 @ LA 217
Facebook: SMC CARE Club
Center for Environmental and Urban Studies
As the hub of campus sustainability, this renovated Center is a model of green design and materials. It houses a library of eco books and DVDs, is a meeting place for eco - clubs and the Student Greening Workshops and provides student jobs through Federal Work Study, Student Help, and Internships.
1744 Pearl Street. (310) 434-3909 email@example.com
Facebook: SMC Center for Environmental and Urban Studies
Student Greening Workshop
An 8-week workshop offered by many professors as extra credit. Covers issues and solutions in the areas of Water, Energy, Waste, Chemicals, Transportation, Food & Shopping. Includes field trips, films, peer to peer education, and opportunities for leadership.
Coordinator: Kaya Foster
Facebook: Sustainable Works
Sustainable Technologies Certificates
Get high quality training, on-the-job experience, an industry recognized certificate, and job placement assistance in the green collar economy. Certificates can be earned in one semester!
Solar Photovoltaic: Provides skills necessary to place and advance in the solar energy industry, and a holistic perspective on the role of solar power in a changing global economy and climate. Prepares students for entry level NABCEP exam.
Energy Efficiency: Learn to provide analyses and recommendation to increase energy efficiency in residential, and commercial settings.
Recycling & Resource Management: Learn the skills to help individuals, communities, and businesses reduce waste, save money, and operate more efficiently.
WEcycle REcycle! from Timmy Vatterott on Vimeo. Check out this video of our bike club leading JAMs students on a bike ride to the recycling center.