Green Jobs Network (publisher of this blog) is pleased to announce a second session of its Green Job Webinars. These will be held on a regular basis and consist of free and fee-based programs for the green job community. If you would like to be a presenter, or have a suggestion for a future program, please send an e-mail to events [at] greenjobs.net.
The program, Tips for Your Green Job Search, will take place on June 16th. It will be presented by Leonard Adler (bio below), who will provide an overview of the green jobs sector and practical tips for finding jobs. A sample of the type of content that will be presented is available via the video clip below. The registration fee is $30, but readers of Green Collar Blog can save 50% with discount code "greencollar".
Leonard Adler is the Founder and CEO of Green Jobs Network, a social enterprise that helps job seekers who are interested in environmental or social responsibility to find jobs, career resources, and build their professional network. Green Jobs Network runs a nationwide green job board, publishes Green Collar Blog, organizes career events, and operates Green Job Spider, the Green Job Search Engine. Green Jobs Network helps job seekers expand their professional network through the Green Jobs & Career Network – the #1 group on LinkedIn exclusively focused on the green job community, with more than 25,000 members worldwide.
Leonard has worked in the private and non-profit sectors and has received a social entrepreneurship grant from the Echoing Green Foundation. Leonard has a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, where he was a Public Interest Law Scholar and co-founded the Georgetown Journal on Fighting Poverty. He has a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government and received a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from Stanford University, where he served as co-student body President.
Leonard has presented information on green jobs for groups and events including the Solar Living Institute's Green Career Conference, Oregon State University, Net Impact San Francisco, Trinity Cathedral PACT, Work2Future, National Career Development Association 2010 Annual Meeting, and the Green Professionals 2011 Conference.