Sustainability Ambassador Program

The Sustainability Ambassadors Program is a volunteering opportunity for students to promote sustainability on campus with our Office. Building on all three pillars of sustainability, the program provides training in sustainable leadership for both undergraduate and graduate-level students. This team of ambassadors represents a group of motivated individuals from a diversity of backgrounds.

Sustainable leadership opportunities include networking with students and staff, planning educational events, creating content, and helping with various outreach activities. By leading engagement activities with the McGill community, ambassadors are challenged to grow in their skills and creativity. Furthermore, through this position, ambassadors are given the necessary resources to carry out their own sustainability-focused projects, allowing them to participate in the creation of an increasingly sustainable campus.

2016-2017 SPF ambassador cohort in Office of sustainability treehouse. From left to right: Océane Dakey, Tanner Zekonic, Kalli Glanz, Fiona Mcraith, Shona Watt (Coordinator), Peter Garber, Shivsanthosh Damodharan. Missing : Kareem Shaalan
SPF Ambassadors 2016-2017 From left to right: Océane Dakey, Tanner Zekonic, Kalli Glanz, Fiona Mcraith, Shona Watt (Coordinator), Peter Garber, Shivsanthosh Damodharan. Missing : Kareem Shaalan

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