SEAC
Student Environmental
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SUNY - ESF And Syracuse University
 
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SEAC in the Schools

Background...

This Campaign was the brain child of a potluck we had while discussing possible actions to take on the Staples day of action. Many people had reservations about protesting Staples, for then consumers will only buy from Office Max instead, and so we realized that the biggest problem was that consumer culture already has it's grips into college students, and so we need to go into the high schools, middle schools, and even elementary schools to sway at least some of the future of Syracuse from the grips of consumerism

In the Past...

SEAC has not been too active on this campaign. We had a brainstorming session, and devoloped possible topics to talk to students about. Yet most importantly we realized that we had a lot to educate ourselves about before we educate others, and so we have not yet gone into the schools

But in the Future...

We plan on getting this program started. We will contact teachers of biology, history and economics and provide fun activities to the elementary school kids, and more interactive activities with the older kids