The Green Seattle and Green Tacoma partnerships invite qualified non-profits, businesses, or individuals to submit proposals to create a centralized data portal to allow for increased efficiency and effectiveness of volunteer and restoration event reporting and tracking.
Full RFP can be found here: http://www.cascadeland.org/about-clc/career-opportunities
Green Cities Director
(206) 905-6923 direct
(206) 617-4142 cell
(206) 577-2973 fax
Cascade Land Conservancy
615 2nd Avenue, Suite 600
Seattle, WA 98104
WE HAVE A CHALLENGE FOR YOU.
If you’ve got a passion for clean-tech, the smarts to play in the emerging green economy, and the desire to leverage your engineering background to make an impact, the UW Environmental Innovation Challenge can provide just the platform (and the funding!) you’ve been looking for.
HOW IT WORKS
For the UW EIC, interdisciplinary student teams will define a clean-tech problem, design and develop the solution, and work together to produce both a prototype (or proof of concept or computer simulation) and a business summary that outlines the market opportunity.
We have $30,000 available for prototype funding. And we have industry mentors and coaches available to help students work through the process of getting their technology application to market. In the Challenge on April 1, students will pitch their concepts and demonstrate their product/idea to a group of judges that includes technologists, entrepreneurs, and investors. Teams are judged on their prototypes, business summaries, and potential for impact. The grand prize is $10,000.
Pam Tufts, UW Environmental Innovation Challenge (EIC)
Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship