Past Events and Opportunities
What does it mean for food to be sustainable? Sustainable foods encompass many different topics including Organic Local Food systems Fair-Trade Personal Health Agriculture Ecologically and ethically responsible Humane treatment of animals Eliminating harmful chemicals & pesticides How is Bellevue College getting involved with sustainable foods? Bellevue College’s Sustainable Foods …more about Join the Sustainable Foods Group at BC!
Fall quarter is quickly approaching and it’s going to be busy at Bellevue College! Rid yourself of stressful mornings stuck in traffic and pad your pocket with extra cash by using BC RideMatch to link up with other students and staff to form carpools and vanpools! With over $3500 in cash incentives this quarter alone, …more about Carpooling Cash Incentives!
Hopelink Mobility Management Team needs YOU! Make new friends, get involved on campus and make connections by volunteering with Hopelink. Help people save money, time, and the environment by answering questions and informing students and staff of Bellevue College about alternate transportation methods to campus. When: 2+ hour shifts between 8am-3pm on September 22nd – September …more about Volunteer Opportunities with Hopelink Mobility Management!
Happy summer! And with summer arrives…the BC RideMatch summertime promotion! Brought to you by your local transit agency, King County Metro, WSDOT and the Washington State Ridesharing Organization, this five-week campaign runs from Sunday, Aug. 17, through Saturday, Sept. 20. Those who register or update their accounts and log at least 10 completed, eligible commute trips on …more about Win Big! Log 10 Trips with BC RideMatch
Sustainability at Bellevue College will attend the 2014 AASHE Conference in Portland, Oregon from October 26-29. AASHE is the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, and it plays a vital role in providing resources to institutions and student leaders in leading sustainability efforts on and off campus. Sustainability at Bellevue College will …more about AASHE Conference – Leadership in 2014
Bellevue College participated in May’s Bike to Work Month. Through the month, the Office of Sustainability conducted outreach to students, staff, and faculty cyclists. Several social events connected cyclists, and other events tried to improve cycling on-campus. An important event took place on May 13th, when Cascade Bicycle Club joined Sustainability at BC for a …more about Bellevue College Bike-ability
Yesterday Metro sent a service change ordinance to the King County Council that cuts service to campus for Bellevue College’s most heavily used route, the 271 – our link to downtown Bellevue. The reroute would eliminate a stop serving over 900 students, employees and visitors daily and run the bus on 148th which serves 1 …more about Keep Route 271 on Campus!
It is Bike to Work Month all May long with many events to celebrate like: Bike Audit, Bikes and Bagels, Bike Brainstorming, Friday Night Ride and MORE!
Earth 2014 was huge. How huge? 1,350 students attended 20 Earth Week lectures; 16 organizations, 250 pounds of fresh produce sold at the Farmer’s Market and MORE!
Three new positions are open for hire in the Office of Sustainability for the 2014-2015 school year! Read more about the positions here…