3 Clicks to $5,000 for the SSREC!

August 12, 2010 at 6:45 pm Leave a comment

Right now, the Southern Energy Network is in the running to secure $5,000 for this year’s Southeast Student Renewable Energy Conference (SSREC).

The SSREC started in 2004, and over the past six years it has brought together hundreds of students across the South to learn organizing skills, network, and return to their campuses motivated and ready to fight dirty energy and promote a clean energy future.

Now, Southern Energy Network staff and student leaders are excited to bring you the 6th Southeast Student Renewable Energy Conference. This year, we’ll have more than 700 students converge on the University of Georgia in Athens over the weekend of October 1-3.

With your help, this conference will be the most successful yet. The SSREC is in the running for a $5,000 grant from the Brighter Planet Fund. This money will help with critical conference operations, as well as bringing in the keynote speakers who will change hearts and minds.

Here’s the info: visit http://projectfund.brighterplanet.com/projects/SSREC to see our proposal. Register with your name and email, and then cast your votes!

You have 3 votesplease use all 3 to support the SSREC. We have until August 15th to secure the top spot. Please take a few minutes today to cast your votes.

You can help spread the word by tweeting the vote link, posting the link on your Facebook wall and your friend’s walls, and making the link your chat status.

Here’s a sample tweet: “Help @SouthernEnergy bring in $5k for the 6th SSREC! Vote 3X at bit.ly/voteSSREC Please RT”

Another great way to support the youth clean energy movement: PowerShift 2011 is up for a $250,000 grant from Pepsi Refresh. Visit http://bit.ly/PowerShift11 to register and vote each day!


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