April 18-24, 2021

Have an idea for a community service project??

 Great! Register your project below or email Student Activities Director Jill Susice jsusice@paulsmiths.edu


Looking to sign up for a service project?

  Check out our list of projects below! Contact the service project leader to sign up!

All participants in Earth Week Service Week get a free t-shirt with our Service Week logo  (designed by PSC student and Sustainability Fellow Ariah Mitchell) AND are entered into our Earth Week Service Week Raffle, prizes include Biolight rechargeable Head Lamps, Hiking Gear, Backpacking Hammocks and Crazy Creek chairs.


      Earth Week Events 

4/22 Local Organic Lunch in the Cafeteria, featuring cheese from North Country Creamery Mac & Cheese Also Yogurt 

4/22 11am to 2pm Plant Give Away Outside of the Cafeteria Sponsored by the Student Counseling Center & the PSC Center for Sustainability

Paul Smith’s College Mission Statement 

To develop career ready graduates though hands-on personalized education.

To educate, research and advocate on issues that improve our planet and the lives of the people that inhabit it.

To help the Adirondack region be ecologically and economically sustainable.


Joan Weill Student Center 101
(518) 327-6054

Register Your Earth Week Community Service Project Here!

 Click HERE to Register Your Earth Week Service Week Project

 When entering the activity, please put in title, location, time and make sure you include the contact person so if someone wants to participate, they know who to contact.  

 For example,

Adopt-a-highway clean-up on Weds., April 21st at 4pm.  ALL on campus are welcome to participate, contact Jsusice@paulsmiths.edu to sign up! 


Contact Project Leader to Sign up!

Community Garden Raised bed clearing, Sunday 4/18 from 2pm to 7pm. Justin Waskiewicz, jwaskiewicz@paulsmiths.edu Location: Gould’s Garden/Soccer Field 


American Red Cross Blood Drive St. Regis, Student Center 11:30am-4:30pm jsusice@paulsmiths.edu


4/22 Computer Rebuild/Recycle 7 PSC computers. Freer 202 9:00 – 10:00 am, No additional volunteers needed- but feel free to stop by and check it out. Deborah Naybor dnaybor@paulsmiths.edu 



Community Garden Raised bed moving and building, Sunday 4/24 from 10 am to 7pm. Kate Glenn, kglenn@paulsmiths.edu Location: Old Steamhouse, past Admissions building, near apple trees.


Post Service Project Photos On Social Media!

Take photos, video’s etc.. of your service project and post on instagram, snapchat, facebook, twitter..etc..

Tag #PSCEarthWeek2021  @pscsustainability 





Earth Week Service Week first began in 2014 as the Green Apple Day of service. Paul Smith’s College students, faculty and staff spent Earth Day each Earth Day working on community service projects, both on and off campus. From picking up trash along the highway, to building an outdoor natural payground at the local nature center, students gave their time, knowlege, and hard work to support our community. This year our program has expanded to a full week!