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Candidates can search for jobs in the green sector while employers enjoy low job posting fees BALTIMORE, June 15, 2020 -- GreenJobs.com , the fastest-growing jobs board exclusively for green jobs in the US and around the world, now offers the best pricing in the industry. As well as providing exceptional value for employers, with lower job posting fees than any of its main rivals, GreenJobs.com also gives candidates access to...
With the coronavirus, aka COVID-19, ravaging the world many of us have found ourselves working from home. Today, I wanted to go over 5 advantages to remote jobs and work from home jobs. 5 Advantages of Remote Jobs and Work From Home Jobs - Coronavirus [VIDEO] 1. One, you waste less time commuting Commuting to and from work can be a real pain. You have to fight traffic, get situated at work, deal with distractions, etc. Remote...
How does the League to Save Lake Tahoe do outreach with the community? While most people know us from our ‘Keep Tahoe Blue’ stickers, we are actually the oldest and largest organization dedicated solely to preserving and protecting the health and beauty of Lake Tahoe. Community engagement is a central focus of our work to Keep Tahoe Blue. In addition to engaging local businesses and educating area students, we have several...
In GreenJobs.com ongoing interview series we have the Accokeek foundation on tap for an interview.  Today we will be speaking with the marketing manager for Accokeek Foundation, Casey Harlow . She got her start as a volunteer coordinator with the organization via an AmeriCorps program called Volunteer Maryland. The program matches AmeriCorps members with Maryland nonprofits that needed support for volunteer...
Today GreenJobs.com has Jamie Samowitz , who is the co-founder and co-director of the youth empowerment farming organization Roots Rising,  on our blog for an interview. Jamie co-founded RootsRising along with Jess Vecchia . Both have a passion for community building work, farming, and making teenagers be less attached to technology.  In our interview with Jamie we discuss how she and Jess made Roots Rising a reality,...
Have you ever thought of what happens to all the food waste in restaurants and supermarkets? The people at Too Good to Go have. (So has GreenJobs.com !) Too Good to Go is an app that allows you to save delicious food from going to waste. To date the app has save tons of food that otherwise would have been wasted.  To learn more about the company and service we interviewed Frédéric Ryez, Too Good To Go's Sales...
Today we have William Johnson the founder of Wind Tech Recruiters on tap for a great interview on GreenJobs.com . Wind Tech Recruiters specializes in placing candidates in wind and other renewable energy areas. William has over 12 years of experience in the industry. He started out as an entry level engineer with NextEra Energy and worked his way up to Regional Manager over a portfolio of wind sites. He then left there and went to Nordex...
Today GreenJobs.com has a special interview with Zachary Wagman. Zac and his brother Nick did what they called the Green Ride for Green Jobs across Canada. They rode wooden bicycles and showcased all the different green jobs available to young Canadians across the country. The journey took over three months to complete and was an epic experience for the Wagman brothers. We caught up with Zac, who is the Green Jobs Manager for Project...
Green jobs in recent times have gained a stronger position in recent years thanks to a growing concerning over climate change and the environment. This article presents statistics on the total number of Green jobs around the world. As the renewable energy sector continues to grow in popularity, more and more professionals are pursuing jobs in these fields. According to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) report 2019,...
The City of Austin has launched a community grant program to promote climate justice and equitable access to green jobs. The grants, which will range between $10,000 and $50,000 each, will allow area organizations to research and design ways to close the gap for communities of color on workforce development approaches specifically for the green jobs sector, while also stimulating partnerships between trusted community-based organizations,...
One of the most common questions I hear is, " What is a Green Job? " and " What are Green Jobs? " That is a great question. A concrete definition would be work via a company, work at a non-profit organization, government agency, or self-employment that helps our planet in a sustainable and environmentally-friendly way. A good example of this would be working for a organization that helps conversation efforts at a local watershed. This...