Transitioning to Green Careers™ Certificate Program
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The Transitioning to Green Careers™, A Green Career Certification and Job Development Program at Fairleigh Dickinson University starts December 1, 2014 - on New Jersey DOL’s Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL). Approved for DOL Training Grants Pending Eligibility Authorization through your local One Stop Career Center. Learn more
A groundbreaking three-month non-credit certificate program - Transitioning to Green Careers™, supporting individuals from all areas of specialization in finding and securing their professional position in the new green economy – has been approved for New Jersey State DOL’s Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL). Approved for DOL Training Grants Pending Eligibility Authorization through your local One Stop Career Center.
The Transitioning to Green Careers™ certification and job development program is developed by the Transitioning to Green Foundation in collaboration with the Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies and the Institute for Sustainable Enterprise in the Silberman College of Business, Fairleigh Dickinson University, NJ. This program helps professionals in transition learn and apply leading edge knowledge of green and sustainable business practices to make them more marketable in their job search. Learn more and to register
VETERANS: Before You Visit the One-Stop For the First Time: Call the One-Stop to find out if you need to make an appointment to talk with a veteran representative. Find the phone number at America's Service Locator.
Collect military papers to bring with you, including: Verification of Military Experience and Training (DD-2586) Separation papers (DD-214). To find out more about obtaining these and other documents, see Get Military Records
Print out a copy of your resume or create a list of past jobs and experience.
Talk to family and friends about your immediate and long-term job search goals.
To get more information about these topics.check out: Transition centers can help you with a variety of your transitional needs. Select on of the links below to view transition centers listed by branch.
National Resource Directory (NRD) is a website for connecting wounded warriors, Service Members, Veterans, their families with those who support them.
ACAP On-Line. This site was created as part of the Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP) to help you the veteran. As a veteran, you are eligible to use ACAP services for 180 days after your ETS.
Resources are Available to Help Military Spouses and Families:
Frequent permanent changes of station (PCS) moves associated with the military lifestyle create challenges for spouses and family members, including maintaining stable careers and job tenure, and obtaining and receiving training and education.
It is critical to provide military spouses with the best available tools to aid them in their search for employment. One-Stop Career Centers are prepared to offer services and special programs targeted to meet the specific employment needs of military family members. Additional resources are available in Military Spouses.
Transitioning to Green Careers™, A Green Career Certification and Job Development Program at Fairleigh Dickinson University starts December 1 , 2014 - on New Jersey DOL’s Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL). Learn more
1 - 4 PM - Orientation, Hartman Lounge, Hennessy Hall (aka The Mansion),
9 - 5 PM - World of Possibilities Forum
9 - 5 PM - Exploring Your Green Career Path Workshop
9 - 5 PM - Developing Your Green Knowledge & Network Workshop
9 - 5 PM - Conducting your Green Job Search Workshop
1 - 4 PM - Group Session
1 - 4 - Group Session
1 - 4 PM - Group Session
Networking Events: TBA.
To Honor Our Veterans, Please Donate What You Can to Help Sponsor Transitioning to Green Careers and Job Development Scholarships for Veterans Returning from Iraq and Afghanistan
Questions? Please contact us
Transitioning to Green Founder & CEO Dr. Jeana Wirtenberg is also the co-founder of:
ISE- Institute for Sustainable Enterprise at FDU - Non-Profit ...
Mission: The mission of the Institute for Sustainable Enterprise (ISE) is to bring people together to learn how to live and manage sustainably by solving problems ...
The mission of the Institute for Sustainable Enterprise (ISE) is to bring people together to learn how to live and manage sustainably by solving problems and capitalizing on opportunities in ways that simultaneously enhance economic, social and environmental vitality. The purpose of the Institute for Sustainable Enterprise is to educate current and future leaders of business, government, nonprofit, and educational institutions about managing sustainably by focusing on products, processes, and services that add value to the organizations and are beneficial to people and the planet.
“World of Possibilities Award” presented by Unity Learning Environments – May, 2007
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