"Green" Internship Program Launched By ARAMARK
- Rodica Kocur, University of Michigan Ross School of Business, Ann Arbor, MI (Higher Ed, Conference Centers) is responsible for managing all aspects of a compost program, including research on best practices, feasibility, and potential implementation campus wide.
- Ila Galanti, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL (Higher Education) is responsible for developing and piloting a “Sustainable Eating” program including education and awareness campaigns to elevate sustainable eating habits.
- Laurel Greyson, New York University, NYC (Higher Education) is responsible for developing and implementing Clean-Air Cool-Planet’s (CA-CP) Carbon Foodprinting project.
- Paul Loesch, Baylor University, Waco, TX (Higher Ed Education) is responsible for working with the facility management and energy management teams to develop and implement an energy engagement program.
- Jared Dial, Lake Crescent Lodge, Hurricane Ridge, and Fairholme Store, WA (Parks) assists with ISO 14001 Environmental Management System certification, measurement, and analysis of 2010 waste streams.
- Michael Seaman, Asilomar Conference Center, Monterey, CA (Parks) is assisting with ISO 14001 Environmental Management System certification, and assessing, and improving Asilomar’s sustainable food and beverage program.
- Abigail Ray, JPMorgan Chase & Goldman Sachs, NYC (Business and Industry) is working with JPMC marketing manager on environmental sustainability tracking forms and marketing materials for JPMC’s NYC locations, and responsible for initiating/achieving Green Restaurant Certification at various locations.
- Kevin Mattson, Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA (Sports and Entertainment) coordinates implementation of new recycling stations and waste diversion initiatives, and support sustainable food and beverage procurement and measurement.
- Tabitha Beasley, National Business Dining Client, Princeton, NJ (Business and Industry) is responsible for achieving Green Restaurant recertification and working on partnerships with local farms to source sustainable food.
- Leah Chapman, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (Higher Education) is responsible for developing an internal composting solution including researching bins and systems of implementation, and conducting employee sustainability training.
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