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KEI is looking for a GREEN-team!

24 April 2019

The KEI-week is coming up in August (August 12 - August 16), and just like the last few years, the Green Office will be there to promote sustainability for all new students!

The GREEN-team was set up in 2018 in collaboration with the Green Office in the context of sustainability. They are responsible for analyzing the consumption of the KEI-week (such as waste, electricity, water, diesel). They look at the events with a ‘sustainable eye’ and come up with tips to make their organization even more sustainable. Do you want to make KEI-participants aware of sustainability and help make the KEI-week even greener? For this crew we are looking for ten enthusiastic volunteers with a critical eye and good motivation!

What we are looking for:

  • A multidisciplinary team
  • Someone who's available during the KEI-week
  • A team player
  • A strong communicator

What we offer you:

  • Free access to all KEI-activities
  • Lunch and drinks
  • Access to the final KEI-party
  • An unforgettable week!

If you are interested in being a part of this GREEN-team, please send a motivation and your personal details (including study background and year) to Please refer to this project in the subject of the email with 'Application GREEN-team'.

Last modified:24 April 2019 4.47 p.m.

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