The Office of Sustainability is hiring! We have five fellow position openings. Please see the brief descriptions below and check out our website for full descriptions and applications. If you have any questions please email Josh Stoffel at

Content Editor and Developer Fellow:

The Content Developer and Editor will serve on the Communications Team and assist the Office of Sustainability in developing the most effective and easy to understand communications with its constituents. The Content Editor and Developer Fellow will work on crafting written work about the office that will appear on the Conn website, sustainability blog, and social media accounts. They may also coordinate with various other media organizations on behalf of the office (The College Voice, CC Magazine, etc)

Lending Library Fellow:

The Lending Library Fellow will be responsible for managing all aspects of the Lending Library in collaboration with the Office of Sustainability. The Lending Library Fellow will manage and organize the lending library, keep account of cataloging and ordering new books, coordinating student volunteers to staff the library, and help brainstorm ways the library can increase its presence on campus.

Sustainable Facilities Fellow:

The Sustainable Facilities Fellow will work with the Office of Sustainability to collaborate with people throughout the community to help expand the College’s existing sustainability efforts related to new construction, major renovations and building maintenance. The Sustainable Facilities Fellow will help to implement and execute the Sustainable Building Policy, collaborating with Custodial Services to formalize a Sustainable Cleaning Program for every building on campus, and assisting in the development of working groups to monitor performance of new and existing buildings – making adjustments to the systems and processes in place to increase the sustainability of each building.

 Waste Minimization Fellow:

The Waste Minimization Fellows will work with the Office of Sustainability to collaborate with people across the community to expand existing programs and create new programs that help the College strive for its goal to reduce waste generation on campus by 5% by 2016. The Waste Minimization Fellow will monitor and help adapt the Office Waste Minimization Program, co-manage and advertise the spring Give N’ Go program, and develop strategies to decrease waste in residential houses.

Food Hub Development Fellow:

The Food Hub Development Fellow will work with members of the NLCFPC and collaborate with other members of the community to execute the implementation plan for establishing a Food Hub in New London County. A Food Hub is a business or organization that actively manages the aggregation, distribution, and marketing of source-identified food products primarily from local and regional producers to strengthen their ability to satisfy wholesale, retail, and institutional demand. The Food Hub Fellow will work on executing the year-one goals outlined in our Feasibility Study, conduct research on behalf of the Food Hub, and contribute to grant writing on behalf of funding parts of the Food Hub.  


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