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Get Involved

Getting involved with clubs or organizations is an integral part of the college experience. There are ample ways in which students, employees, and community members can participate in sustainability events here at FSC. Check out all the sustainability programs FSC has to offer below.

Garbage Clean up on a beach

Take the Pledge

FSC Sustainability Pledge

Are you interested in making sustainable changes in your everyday life, but don't know where to start? Join the sustainability community at FSC by signing the sustainability pledge! All students, faculty, staff and alumni are invited to participate. Simply click the link below to get your sustainability journey started. 

Volunteer Opportunities & Internships

How to get involved

Community Engagement

  • FSC is in the midst of planning a new garden on campus where food grown will be donated to the food pantry.
  • We have numerous affiliations with local and regional sustainability associations such as the U.S. Green Building Council, Long Island chapter.
  • Community educational opportunities are offered through the Renewable Energy and Sustainability Center. Check them out here.

FSC Sustainability Committee

FSC's Sustainability Committee is a group of faculty, staff, and student representatives that is charged with creating, implementing, and analyzing our sustainability policies on campus. The committee meets once a semester to discuss ongoing opportunities to become more sustainable.

AASHE Faculty Resources

Higher education is uniquely positioned to lead the sustainability movement thanks to the incredible dedication from the faculty members who advocate for and pursue sustainability initiatives at their campus and the surrounding community. Explore faculty resources and programs to get started right away and find content tailored to help you advance sustainability at your institution. Learn more.

Do your part!

Making small changes can add up to making a big difference. Do your part! Remember to reduce your waste, and when you can't, buy reusable items. If neither can be done, recycle your materials. You can also use alternative transportation, conserve water, and purchase sustainably produced items. 

Join the Environmental Club

The FSC Environmental Club will launch in Fall 2023. Contact our Sustainability Manager for more information on how to get involved.

Additional resources

GreenNY Lunchtime Learning Series

An informative series of webinars hosted by the GreenNY Council. Topics will be presented by issue experts and cover the basics, such as recycling, composting, and energy efficiency, as well as topics that you may have heard about recently in the news, such as reducing single-use plastic waste. Webinars will take place on the second Tuesday of the month at Noon. Click here to learn more and register.

AASHE (The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education) Webinars

AASHE Webinars provide a great way to share innovative and high impact approaches for advancing sustainability in higher education. These one-hour interactive presentations and discussions are offered live, typically on Wednesdays at 2 p.m. ET. Free to everyone to attend, they are engaging sessions that use a variety of online tools to leave attendees feeling energized, inspired and ready to tackle sustainability challenges. Click here to learn more and register.

Join the Sustainability Sector

The environmental sustainability sector is growing at a rapid pace as organizations realize the benefits of going green. Interested in learning more about a career in sustainability? Check out AASHE's job listings or subscribe to Ed's Clean Energy & Sustainability Jobs list.

Internship opportunities with FSC's Office for Sustainability are available semesterly. Contact Sustainability Manager Maia Roseval for more information.


Service Building, 124


Maia Roseval
Sustainability Manager, Committee Chair


Michael Cervini
Energy Manager


Jonathan Goldstein
Senior Director of Marketing


Marjaneh Issapour
Professor 10 Months


Zachary Licht
Senior Professional Relations Specialist


Orla Smyth-LoPiccolo
Professor 10 Months

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