We are happy to announce our next SSIF meeting! This meeting will be focused on co-creating the SSIF section for the TUM Sustainability Day happening in October 27th. The Sustainability Day will be a great opportunity for you to attract new students, as well as to make your work visible and exchange ideas with different people.
🗓 The co-creation meeting will take place on June 28th at 7pm at the main campus in Munich (Arcistraße 21, room 1229) in person.
Please register at this link: https://wiki.tum.de/x/PI0BOw
What’s the SSIF?
You want to get engaged with a student initiative, but don’t know which one suits you best?
You are already an initiative at TUM and are looking for a way to network with other initiatives and present your work to students?
Then the Sustainability Student Initiatives Forum is the right place for you, both students and initiatives. At this networking event we want to give students the opportunity to get to know the different initiatives at TUM better. Initiatives themselves can recruit new members, network with each other, exchange visions, funding opportunities, hurdles, etc. and start joint projects.
Who is “we”?
We are the TUM Sustainability Office, the Taskforce Sustainability and the Environmental Department of the Student Representation. We provide the framework and the platforms – together we shape the content!
You want to join and network with other initiatives?
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and directly join the Telegram-Goup for more information.
For more info visit our websites:
TUM Sustainability Office
We are looking forward to meeting you!
If you have any questions, please contact the Environmental Department or the TUM Sustainability Office.
Why do we participate?
There are so many initiatives that deal with sustainability in a broad or narrow sense. That’s great! I think we can learn a lot from each other and support each other – that’s why I want to help bring everyone to the table.
TUM is currently setting the course for a more sustainable future. The initiatives can take advantage of this and expand their reach. The topic of sustainability thrives on the commitment of all actors at TUM, because only together can we meet the great challenges.
Sustainable development is a participatory process. It is about pulling together. This is best achieved by supporting each other, exchanging ideas and learning from and with each other. Therefore, I hope that the Sustainability Student Initiatives Forum will improve the networking of the different actors.
We are looking forward to seeing sustainability from new perspectives in exchange with like-minded people from different projects. With the new lessons we learn from the forum and our combined strengths, we can create an even greater sustainable impact in a wide range of areas.