The ECO Community Advisory Board is a voluntary group of community members, organizers, and advocates who serve as partners to the ECO faculty and staff to ensure ECO's commitment to community and equity.

The primary purpose of the Board is to provide feedback and advice to ECO faculty and staff. Specifically, Board members will:

  • Continually shape and improve the program's vision and overall mission;
  • Provide feedback regarding program coursework and administration, and;
  • Shape ECO's community-based capstone internship.

The Community Advisory Board meets quarterly.

 

Membership
Coming soon!

If you are interested in serving on the ECO Community Advisor Board please contact Ryan Quigtar, Community Partner Liaison for the ECO major.

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