Presentation on theme: "Student Projects to Career Development At Binghamton University Presented by Sandy S. DeJohn – Utilities Manager / Sustainability Coordinator Martin Larocca."— Presentation transcript:
Student Projects to Career Development At Binghamton University Presented by Sandy S. DeJohn – Utilities Manager / Sustainability Coordinator Martin Larocca – Resource Management Coordinator
Scholarships – nearly 200 opportunities, earn experience with pay. Internship – earn experience and course credits. Summer Employment – on average 120 summer students per year. Student Projects – earn experience while having fun!!
Success Stories Watson School Senior Project – Windmill Design Team: James K Karns, EE Jesse Capecelatro, ME Nolan Lott, ME Zach Malison, ME Thomas Eberhardt, CE
Success Stories Watson School Senior Project – Food to Waste Project Team: Alex Hantman Timothy Miller Adam Ibrahim
Mainly student run program Experience with developing and implementing campus wide events Creating educational presentations Hands on work with collection of recyclable and compostable material Design and implementation of campus educational gardens
Compost Screener Sift out contamination caused by oil coated material and metal Makes previously “unusable” products suitable for campus and community use