Wanted: Talented, Dedicated Students to Plan 2010 Southeast Student Renewable Energy Conference!

April 7, 2010 at 8:44 pm Leave a comment

5th SSREC in Valdosta, GA

The Southern Energy Network is proud to announce that we’re starting to plan the 6th Southeast Student Renewable Energy Conference for this fall.

We’ve got some details to work out, so we can’t share any firm dates or locations yet.

In order to make this conference great, we need talented, motivated students to help plan and organize the event!

Are you interested in playing a role in organizing the 2010 SSREC? Are you looking for something meaningful to work on this summer?

If the answer to either question is yes, we have opportunities for you!

We’ll need the help of everyone who can contribute to make this conference a success, but there are a few key ways you can get involved now.

We need at least 6 students from across the Southeast to join our official Planning Committee.  The job description can be found HERE, and the application to join can be found HERE. Members of the Planning Committee will work hard, but will get experience that will both broaden and deepen your skill set, will connect you to other activists and organizations working in the Southeast, and will look great on your resume! To cap it off, you’ll have helped organize an event that will be meaningful to hundreds of students.

We’ll also need students to recruit from their campuses and work closely with the planning committee to reach out to sponsors, speakers, workshop facilitators, and students. The possibilities are endless! If this appeals to you, please contact Jenna Garland, our South Carolina Organizer, who is handling all things SSREC for the near future.

Jenna can be reached at jenna@climateaction.net or (706) 850-1735.


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