Contact: Daryl Malek-Wiley
Keywords: environment, outreach, community, education, advocacy, communication
Descriptions: Coordinate programs
Product of Partnership: Programs
Final Product Special Instructions:Provide support to our Environmental Justice and coal/energy campaigns.
This service activity is availble for Service learning students Intern students Volunteers.
A laptop computer if they have one; if not one can be provided to them.
The CP requests emergency contact information.Only in case of an emergency.
Evaluations/surveys will be requested by community partner to be completed by students.
Students will have an exit interview with program staff to evaluate their experience. Students allowed to take pictures or video.
Minimum Service Hours per month: 8
Minimum Positions: 1
Primarily the Sierra Club office (716 Adams St., New Orleans) and as needed at community meetings or events within or around NOLA.
Transportation options:Walking distance to Tulane
1 block from St. Charles streetcar line
Check-in at the site: Students will be required to show up to the Sierra Club office at their scheduled time.
Students track their hours at site: Students will be tracked by Sierra Club program staff and will track their hours on a log or timesheet.
Students will work unsupervised:Students may attend community meetings, events, or meetings with Sierra Club partners and/or community leaders without Sierra Club program staff presence but under their direction and knowledge.
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5000 firstname.lastname@example.org