Volunteer


The Sustainability Office is proud to work with volunteers all over Columbia to help make our campus and community a more eco-friendly place. Our volunteer opportunities come from the programs that our office runs including Tiger Tailgate Recycling, Tiger Treasures, farm work days, etc. If you would like to volunteer for our office, please fill out this general interest form: https://orgsync.com/103769/forms/140821  

Campus Involvement 

Mizzou offers many ways you can get involved with campus sustainability. From peer education to student organizations to volunteering, YOU can make an impact at Mizzou. Help us make our campus a sustainable, environmentally friendly place to live, work and play! Below are a few, out of hundreds, student organizations to get involved! 

  • Mizzou Alternative Breaks

  • Sustain Mizzou

  • MEAC

  • Greeks Go Green

  • Student Environmental Design Association 

  • Four Front Council (specifically includes Feminist Student Union, Four Directions: Indigenous Peoples Group, Jewish Student Organization and Muslim Student Organization)

  • Mizzou Eco Racing

  • Missouri Tigers for Tigers

  • US Green Building Council

  • Soil and Water Conservation Society

  • Food Recovery Network

  • Mizzou Unity Coalition

  • LGBTQ Resource Center

  • Multicultural Center

  • Wellness Resource Center

  • Women’s Center

  • RSVP Center

Community Involvement

Sustainability happens on and off campus. Participating in civic engagement, community agriculture, waterway restoration and social justice are a few ways to expand your worldview. Below are wonderful local organizations to get involved with in Columbia. 

  • Stormwater Education

  • Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture

  • Missouri River Communities Network

  • Missouri River Relief

  • Community Garden Coalition

  • Pednet Coalition

  • Columbia Aquatic Restoration Program 

  • Tree Keepers

  • Columbia Farmers Market

  • City of Columbia - Office of Sustainability

  • True North of Columbia

  • City of Refuge