Unity College is all about making life real. Real people doing real things that make a real difference. So, we invite you to be part of our active and environmentally aware community. The blogs listed below are hosted by Unity faculty, staff, students. Read, comment, and engage in conversation that will take you from Maine to the tropics of Dominica.

Unity College Sustainability Monitor
Thursday, June 19, 2014 - 2:49 PM

Unity College  has an academic focus on sustainability science.  Will this get you a job?  You bet!

See the excerpts from an article below posted from Greenbuzz.

[contact-form] According to Marsha Willard, executive director of the International Society of Sustainability Professionals and CEO of Axis Performance Advisors, the value of a sustainability degree is “increasing as each day passes.”

“The field of sustainability is still fairly new,” she...

Unity House
Monday, May 05, 2014 - 6:18 PM

It's such a privilege to work with our students -- the environmental leaders of today and tomorrow! Congratulations to this year's WE Lead Student Environmental Leaders, Marina Theberge and Rebecca Zerlin! Both have made exceptional...
Wednesday, July 24, 2013 - 9:48 AM

I found out today (for reasons I do not wish to tell the public) I will be leaving California soon. Which means I will be free to explore the job world. I can go wherever I want to go and apply to my dream job, finally! My first thought was back to Africa and my second thought was back to Hawaii, but when I think about it, why does it have to be somewhere I have already gone. My options are unlimited, I just have to research what all is out there. I really would love to find work in the...

Unity College in Maine Internship Program
Sunday, July 20, 2014 - 12:44 AM
After the end of this fourth week, I will have my second evaluation. Every intern has his or her evaluation after every 80 hours at the zoo, and in my case that is every two weeks since I am there 40 hours per week. I am looking forward to this because I know I can only improve from the last time, and I want to see specifically how and know what I can do to keep improving. Two weeks later I expect to see an even bigger change.
This week the keepers and I talked about reptile handling, so...
Sustainability Thought and Deed
Monday, July 28, 2014 - 6:24 AM
Finally, a moderately serious politician is starting to put two and two together. blog owner-author: Michael "Mick" Womersley, PhD Sustainable Energy and Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
Unity College Search and Rescue
Monday, April 21, 2014 - 6:36 AM

Our MASAR colleague and SARdog trainer Jim Bridge was on the banks of the Kenduskeag when this Unity College boat went by.