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Massachusetts Green Career Conference-September 30, 2011

by Ann Greaney-Williams on August 23, 2011

The 3rd annual Massachusetts Green Career Conference will be held September 30th, 2011.

Join us to learn what’s new!  Register @ http://greencareer.eventbrite.com.

For full website: http://www.massgreencareers.com/

THE 2011 CONFERENCE

The 3rd Massachusetts Green Career Conference is a forum for stakeholders in the greening economy, a showcase for experts and exhibitors giving green career guidance, a platform for updates and best practices in the greening economy, a place for job seekers to learn, and a networking opportunity for people from throughout the Commonwealth.  This is a unique opportunity to reach important constituents all in one place.

EXHIBITORS

l  Businesses that are Hiring and Accepting Resumes

l  Education/Training Programs

l  Green Career Resources

30 Exhibitors include:  Boston Architectural College, Building Performance Institute, Center for EcoTechnology, Chapman Construction, Mount Wachusett Community College, Next Step Living, NStar, University of Massachusetts, Wentworth Institute of Technology, (more to come)

KEYNOTE PANEL / SPEAKERS

The Keynote panel and speakers are leading experts from business, education, government and nonprofit organizations.

35 Speakers include:   Alex Risley Shroeder Principal, Finding Earth Works; Consultant MA Workforce Alliance    Jim Dunn President, Future Solar Systems   Jim Vollman Project Director “Making Green Real”, Northeast Research Consortium   John Hensley Assistant Dean, Mount Wachusett Community College   John Jones National Technical Director, Building Performance Institute   Juanita Duserick NStar Recruiter   Kevin Doyle Principal, Green Economy; Workforce Development Committee Co-Chair of New England Clean Energy Council   Lance Fletcher Director of Sustainable Design, Boston Architectural College   Liem Tran Director of Educational Outreach, Wentworth Technical Institute   Mark Maggi Boston Office of the Bureau of Labor Statistics staff   Mark Myles Training Program Manager, Toxics Use Reduction Institute (TURI) of UMass Lowell   Marybeth Campbell Workforce Development Program Director, MA Clean Energy Center    Megan Raye HR Director, Next Step Living   Stan Swiercz or Lisa Karlin Center for EcoTechnology (CET)   Susan Dobscha Associate Professor of Marketing, Bentley College    Susan Jennings Director of the Sustainability Initiative, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, (more to come)

ATTENDEES

People learning about and participating in the greening economy  l  local & state government staff  l  business professionals   l  educators  l  academic administrators  l  career services staff  l  recruiters  l  workforce & economic development professionals  l  environmentalists  l  college students  l   job seekers  l  green career transitioners  l  and more

COACHING & RESOURCES

Sit down with one of six experts for a one-on-one meeting at the conference at no additional charge.

Green Career Experts – Coaching and resume feedback for people in career transitions

Sustainability Experts – Coaching for people who want to learn more about sustainability

FREE raffle for six excellent books on green careers and sustainability

SCHEDULE

See the schedule and topics at Full Schedule.

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