Wondering how you can find a well-paying, challenging job without checking your values at the door? Want to find out what’s real and what’s hype in the field of green careers? Light a beacon in the job smog by bringing Grist’s Green Jobs Guru, Kevin Doyle, to your campus in the fall of 2008 for a day or a weekend of eco-career workshops.
The push for global sustainability is creating exciting new career opportunities for students in every college major. Whether you’re studying science or policy, business or engineering, journalism or architecture, Kevin can help you prepare for a successful career in the new green economy.
Now accepting invitations for the fall ’08 semester! emailE=(‘gristu@’ + ‘grist.org’) document.write(‘Invite Kevin or find out more‘) now.
You can emailE=(‘gristu@’ + ‘grist.org’) document.write(‘invite Kevin‘) to your campus to conduct extensive full-day or half-day class presentations, or an intensive weekend retreat for 30 students.
Green Career Campus Visit: Kevin will spend a full- or half-day on campus, visiting classes to give presentations on green careers for selected majors.
Green Career Weekend Retreat: Kevin will lead a small group of students through personal reflections, small and large group discussions, exercises, and games to explore career aspirations and the realities of the current environmental/sustainability workplace. You’ll leave with a better understanding of yourself and the world around you — and with an action plan that you can begin implementing on Monday morning.
Praise for Kevin’s Green Career Workshops
“This was the most educational day I’ve had since I started graduate school.”
“Kevin Doyle was incredible. His passion and enthusiasm is contagious and his knowledge of green careers in every profession was amazing.”
“It was too short. Bring Kevin back!”
For 20 years, Kevin was a senior executive and career development expert at The Environmental Careers Organization (ECO). Now, president and founder of Green Economy, he travels to universities throughout the nation offering green career advice to students and faculty. Kevin is the co-author of The ECO Guide to Careers that Make a Difference, Environmental Work for a Sustainable World (2005), and The Complete Guide to Environmental Careers in the 21st Century (1999) and writes the column Remake a Living regularly for Grist.org. He offers organizational and professional development services for institutions and individuals growing a sustainable world.