We’ve been busy this summer. Not only did we draft a green office program, but we’ve revamped the Sustainability Worker position. Starting with the title. Sustainability Worker always sounded a little awkward, it’ll now be known as the Sustainability Assistant . We also made our first hire.
Meet Steve Griffith.
Steve, Class of 2012, is from Waterbury, Vermont and the youngest of three boys. He majors in Growth and Structure of Cities, minors in Economics, and has played Men’s Varsity Soccer during his 4-year academic career at Haverford. Steve’s resume and interests are impressive. He spent the summer of 2010 writing grants for Vermont’s largest affordable, sustainable housing project-Green Mountain Habitat for Humanity. In spring 2011, Steve worked as an intern for the American Academy in Rome, Italy creating a digital database for archaeological materials and most recently went on an athletic excursion to Sweden and Denmark with the Men’s Soccer Team.
There’s a good chance you’ll get to meet Steve this fall. He’ll be visiting different departments promoting the green office program. Hopefully he can talk you into becoming a “Green Squirrel.”