Try These Green Team Roles With Your Students
President is just the start.
Getting ready to start a Green Team at your school? Increase student engagement and give them a sense of ownership with these Green Team Roles.
Green Team Roles
Runs team meetings and is likely an older, more experienced participant.
Helps support the president in running meetings and promotes unity amongst the team.
Takes notes and attendance during Green Team meetings. Keeps track of upcoming team outings and events.
Keeps track of all funds or rewards points, inventories, supplies, and progress toward related goals.
Take the lead in getting the message out to the rest of the school and/or community.
Creates posters to hang around the school.
Writes articles about what the team is doing for the school newspaper or newsletter.
Runs the team’s social media accounts.
Captures photos of the team’s events.
More Green Team Resources
Use these free resources to make your Green Team a sure-fire success!
Everything you need to start a Green Team! Learn how to get administration buy-in, plus find ways to recruit and engage students.
Print and hang this free flyer around school to invite new members.
Print this banner on regular printer paper, then cut it out and glue it together. Hang it high to tell everyone you’re going green!
Not sure what a meeting should look like? Here are some ideas to get you started.
Open your first meeting with one of these fun getting-to-know-you games. Each one has a recycling theme.
Plus, get more terrific ideas for your school’s Green Team on our School Recycling Resources page!