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Students lead the charge for sustainability, social justice, and community service. 

  • Energy Videos > Energy Futures
  • Students, faculty, and staff from Washington College traveled to Albany, Americus, and Columbus, Georgia over Spring Break to help build three homes in a partnership with Habitat for Humanity and NeighborWorks Columbus.
  • Washington College’s Habitat for Humanity club traveled to Onancock, Virginia for a weekend of volunteering construction work on a home.
  • Students and staff traveled down the Eastern Shore to Belle Haven, Virginia over Fall Break to help build a home with Habitat for Humanity.
  • A living shoreline at Eastern Neck Island Wildlife Refuge includes the introduction of oysters and marine grasses.
  • Energy Videos > The Happy Energy Song
  • The Student Environmental Alliance at Washington College established a garden to promote campus sustainability and experiential learning.
  • Washington College students and alumni explain the significance of volunteering for our communities on a personal, local, and global level.
  • The Student Environmental Alliance at Washington College joined a demonstration coordinated by the Sassafras River Association to protect the ecological health of the Eastern Shore landbase and waterways.
  • The Washington College Center for Environment & Society hosted a public horseshoe crab ecology event at Eastern Neck Island with a presentation by Martha Shaum of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.
  • The Washington College Habitat for Humanity club traveled to Accomack County, Virginia for a service weekend. Before heading home, they had a chance to spend an evening at the Wachapreague Volunteer Fireman’s Carnival and a morning at the beach in Chincoteague.
  • Inspired by Permaculture
  • Students, faculty, and staff from Washington College traveled to Columbus, Georgia over Spring Break to help build a home in a partnership with NeighborWorks Columbus and Habitat for Humanity.
  • Students have the power to make a change on campus and in the town, and SEA has inspired and led many of the initiatives that make Washington College a more sustainable campus.SEA welcomes all majors and disciplines to join at weekly meetings and events. SEA primarily focuses on: Promoting awareness of local, national, and international environmental issues and concerns. 
  • Fifty-five pairs of red shoes were worn by men at Washington College for “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes,” the international men’s march to stop rape, sexual assault, and gender violence.