Opportunities

Auburn University offers many opportunities to engage in sustainability-related activities. You can volunteer for a cause you are passionate about, join in on abundant learning opportunities, participate in health and wellness initiatives, and more. There is something for everyone!

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IMPACT

 

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Waste Reduction and Recycling Department

  • Who Can Volunteer: Students, Anyone
  • Provides waste reduction opportunities and quality recycling services.
  • Opportunities to assist with Game Day Recycling, labeling recycling bins, or working at East Alabama Recycling Partnership events.
  • Visit their website to learn more about recycling at Auburn University.
  • Email: aureuse@auburn.edu
  • Twitter: AU_Recycles
  • Facebook: auburnuniversityrecycles


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Health Promotion & Wellness Services
  • Who Can Participate: Students, Anyone
  • Provides health services and education to the Auburn community, including mental, sexual, emotional, and physical health.
  • Opportunities to engage with the BeWell Hut, We.Auburn, Auburn Recovery Community, QPR, and more.
  • Visit their website to learn more about their programming and engagement opportunities.
  • Email: hpws@auburn.edu
  • Twitter: AuburnHealth
  • Instagram: AuburnHealth

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Campus Conversations

 

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Student Organizations

  • Who Can Join: Students
  • Visit our Student Groups page to learn about student organizations on campus exploring issues related to sustainability.
  • Search the Organizations Directory to find a complete listing of official student organizations at Auburn.

 

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University Committees

 

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Louise Kreher Forest Ecology Preserve

  • Who Can Volunteer: Anyone
  • Internship Opportunities: Students
  • Provides programs, experiences, nature trails, and natural habitats for education, study, and relaxation, while creating an atmosphere of discovery and stewardship toward our natural world.
  • Visit their website for events and volunteering opportunities.
  • Email: preserve@auburn.edu
  • Twitter: AuburnPreserve
  • Facebook: AuburnPreserve

 

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Recreation and Wellness Center

  • Who Can Participate: Students, Employees
  • Motivate and inspire the Auburn University community to safely participate in activities that lead to positive interaction with others, an active and healthy lifestyle, and a lifelong commitment to wellness.
  • Their website has links to Auburn Outdoors and other wellness and fitness information.
  • Email: campusrec@auburn.edu
  • Twitter: CampusRecAU
  • Facebook: auburncampusrec

 

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Adopt-A-Spot

  • Who Can Participate: Groups, Students, Employees
  • To help preserve the “loveliest village on the plains” and promote sustainability through a community effort of monthly litter collection and recycling at the group’s adopted spot on campus.
  • Visit the Adopt-A-Spot website to learn more about how the program works and to reserve a spot on campus.
  • Email: adoptaspot@auburn.edu

 

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Healthy Tigers

  • Who Can Participate: Employees
  • Engages employees to be more conscientious about their health and encourages habits and behaviors that result in healthier and more balanced lives.
  • Visit their website for more on wellness initiatives and learn how to save on your health insurance premiums.
  • Email: healthytigers@auburn.edu
  • Twitter: OneHealthyTiger
  • Facebook: HealthyTigers

 

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Learning Communities

  • Who Can Participate: First-Year Students
  • Comprised of 25 students who are co-enrolled in three core courses in a particular theme or interest.
  • Many majors have learning communities, in addition there are interdisciplinary learning communities.
  • Visit their website for more information.
  • Email: LC@auburn.edu
  • Facebook: LearningCommunitiesOfAuburnUniversity

 

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Peace Corps

  • Who Can Apply: Anyone with at least a bachelor’s degree or students in their final year of study at a college or university
  • Trains volunteers in language, technical, and cultural engagement skills.
  • Provides flight to host country, visa preparation, health insurance, training, and living allowance while abroad.
  • Returning volunteers are eligible for non-competitive hiring status for federal jobs.
  • Visit their website for more information and to apply.
  • Email: Campus recruiter at denneap@auburn.edu .
  • Facebook: Auburn University Friends of Peace Corps
  • Twitter: AU Friends of PC

 

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Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

  • Who Can Participate: Anyone 50+
  • Membership program for learning designed for senior adults.
  • Visit their website for info on courses and upcoming events.
  • Email: olli@auburn.edu
  • Facebook: OLLIatAuburn

 

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Spirit of Sustainability Awards

  • Who is Eligible: Students, Employees, and Alumni
  • Recognizes those that exemplify the Auburn spirit by making significant contributions toward sustainability on campus or in a community.
  • Visit the website to read stories of past recipients, and to learn about selection criteria and the nomination process.
  • Email: sustain@auburn.edu
  • Twitter: AUsustain
  • Facebook: AUSustain

 

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