Earth Day

Join us on Wednesday, April 22, 2020 for the thayne center's earth day festival!

 

SLCC Earth Day 2020 aims to raise awareness and promote action around environmental issues affecting our local Salt Lake City community, the state of Utah, and the planet. The theme this year is Climate Action. 

Want to help? Join a committee! If you don't have the time, volunteer for Earth Day events. Follow this link to submit your interest. 

Earth Day Committee interest form

Campaign: The campaign committee is responsible for all marketing/outreach for Earth Day. This will consist of posters, SLCC today applications, orgsync management, and ensuring marketing reaches email avenues such as the CES and Thayne Center newsletter.

Logistics & Programs:  The Logistics & Programs  Committee is responsible for planning, organizing, and implementation of the events of Earth Day. This includes items such as speaker reservations, space reservations, tables, food, volunteer recruitment, etc.

Upcycle Committee: The Upcycle Art Contest Committee is responsible for the planning, organizing, and implementation of the Upcycled Art Contest. 

UpCycle Art Contest
Artwork proposals due: March 12, 2020
UpCycle Art Show: April 21 to May 1, 2020
Winners announced Earth Day: April 22, 2020


FAQs
What is the UpCycle Art Contest?
This is the second annual UpCycle Art Contest! This art contest is a way for community and campus members to get in touch with their creative side while also using sustainable and/or recycled materials. We know that all things are connected, so why can’t art and sustainability be connected, too?

Can I count the service projects toward my service learning hours?
Most likely yes! Depending on the guidelines set by your professors, you may be able to count these hours towards your service learning service hours. Please contact your professor for verification.

Can I bring my friends/family/loved ones that aren’t apart of the SLCC Community?
Of course, we encourage it! This event is free and open to all community members to participate in.

Do I have to stay the whole time?
Nope, you are free to come and leave as you please. If you are planning on attending the Teach In or the Activism Workshop, please let the presenters know beforehand if you have to sneak out early to get back to class or back to a meeting. We know our students, faculty, staff, and community members are busy but definitely encourage you all to soak up as much knowledge in the time they have available.