Waste Watchers Spotlight: Jessica Collins

April 29th, 2014 | Kyle Reed
Name: Jessica Collins
Nickname/Title: Star Volunteer
Degree: Undergrad
Year in School: First/Freshman standing
I started volunteering with the Waste Watchers last fall term (’13).
My favorite project that I was involved in was Get Caught Green-Handed.
I keep volunteering with the Waste Watchers because it is a place where I can openly share ideas and act upon them with like-minded people.
I’d like to see the Waste Watchers grow in volunteers, even just volunteers who casually come to meetings or help with events.
One of my favorite ways to reduce waste in my everyday life is by using Eco2Go containers.

garden festName: Jessica Collins

Title: Star Volunteer

Degree: Biology

Year: First/Freshman standing

When did you start volunteering with the Waste Watchers?

I started volunteering with the Waste Watchers last fall term (’13).

What has been your favorite project or event that the Waste Watchers have been involved in?

My favorite project that I was involved in was Get Caught Green-Handed.

What keeps you volunteering with the Waste Watchers?

I keep volunteering with the Waste Watchers because it is a place where I can openly share ideas and act upon them with like-minded people.

What would you like to see the Waste Watchers do in the future?

I’d like to see the Waste Watchers grow in volunteers, even just volunteers who casually come to meetings or help with events.

What is one way you reduce waste in your everyday life?

One of my favorite ways to reduce waste in my everyday life is by using Eco2Go containers.

Want to learn more about the Waste Watchers? Visit the volunteer webpage to learn more about how to get involved.


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