GTA Spring Seminar March 28 PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 15 August 2010 10:37

Career Opportunities in Energy & Sustainability

Interested in pursuing a career in the Clean Tech & Green Tech industries?

Want to network with like-minded individuals, get insight into the Green Jobs landscape, and gain practical tools to achieve your professional goals?

Join GTA's innovative, full-day seminar designed for professionals who want to transition their career into the clean tech and/or sustainability markets, as well as those looking to “green” their job by implementing sustainability practices in the workplace.  Guided exercises by a professional career coach are an integral part of this interactive seminar, ensuring you leave with a personal action plan to launch your new career direction.  All Green Tech Academy instructors are industry experts with advanced degrees.


Topics include:

  • Clean Tech Market Overview
  • Energy Efficiency & Environmental Sustainability
  • Solar, Wind & Emerging Renewable Energies
  • Transportation
  • Green Building
  • Smart Grid
    ...and more!

 

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New! Lunch & Learn! Enjoy a delicious gourmet lunch prepared by a Cordon Bleu-trained chef on energy efficient appliances, sponsored by Thermador and University Electric.

Register by March 23 and receive 15% off your registration!
Save even more!  Bring a friend & receive 50% off second registration. 

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Seats are limited so reserve your spot today!


Participants speak out!
Here's what past attendees had to say:

"The presenters were all very knowledgeable.  There were good interactions and discussion between participants."
Elizabeth
Campbell, CA 

I made good contacts for networking, learned about additional clean technologies and was presented with a lot of new information sources."
Sergio
Los Gatos, CA

"The Green Tech Academy is a good introduction into the sustainability/green tech issues and opportunities and funding sources in Silicon Valley.  It was all very relevant."
Keith 
Palo Alto, CA

BoomerangCoach EcoStrategy Group university electric    thermador

 

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 March 2011 00:33