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Green jobs are booming and are also highly sought after. Here are a few links to help you get that green job.
100 Best Green Employers to Work for in Oregon - The fourth annual 100 Best Green Companies to Work For in Oregon honors those companies and organizations where employees feel there is a strong commitment to green practices at their workplace.
Bright Green - makes connections to business leaders around the world, greening the workforce one introduction at a time, and planting the seeds of a brighter, greener tomorrow, every single day.
BSR - A leader in corporate responsibility since 1992, BSR works with its global network of more than 250 member companies to develop sustainable business strategies and solutions through consulting, research, and cross-sector collaboration.
Clean Edge - founded in 2000, is the world’s first research and advisory firm devoted to the clean-tech sector.
Climate Corps EDF Climate Corps embeds trained students from leading business schools with top tier companies that need to develop practical, actionable energy efficiency plans.
Environmental Career Center - assists individuals and employers alike, in matching top candidates with today’s top green employers. With 25+ years in the field, ECC has extensive experience to help guide you.
Environmental Career Opportunities - considered the #1 source of jobs in the environmental field in the US.
Going Green Jobs - specializes in connecting job seekers interested in environmentally friendly jobs to quality employers.
Great Green Careers - connects employers and job seekers in the green jobs industries. The green job market includes energy (wind, solar, geothermal, tidal, biomass, and others), environment (ecology, health and safety, parks, abatement, and others), skilled trades (heating and cooling, electrical, plumbing, building automation), and transportation.
GreenBiz.com - the leading source for news, opinion, best practices, and other resources on the greening of mainstream business. Launched in 2000, its mission is to provide clear, concise, accurate, and balanced information, resources, and learning opportunities to help companies of all sizes and sectors integrate environmental responsibility into their operations in a manner that supports profitable business practices.
Green Career Central - an online coaching and resource and coaching center, provides members with a distilled and organized collection of green career resources, detailed green industry profiles, interviews with qualified green industry experts and those who hold green jobs, personalized coaching support, and a community of green career seekers who share the vision of a greener, more sustainable world.
Green Drinks - connects individuals who share an interest in environmentally friendly careers.
GreenJobs.net connecting people seeking jobs that focus on environmental and social responsibility with available opportunities and resources.
GreenLocalJobs.com - find not only the premiere job listings but the green company in your area simultaneously.
Net Impact - an international nonprofit organization with a mission to inspire, educate, and equip individuals to use the power of business to create a more socially and environmentally sustainable world.
O*NET Resource Center - The Green Economy - The National Center for O*NET Development, as part of its efforts to keep up with the changing world of work, investigated the impact of green economy activities and technologies on occupational requirements and the development of New and Emerging (N&E) occupations. Results of the research led to the identification of green economic sectors, green increased demand occupations, green enhanced skills occupations, and green new and emerging (N&E) occupations. These occupations are now reflected in the O*NET-SOC system.
Sustain Lane - an online community where you can connect with local people interested in living healthy lives on a green planet.
Sustainable Jobs - a search engine for jobs and internships with an activity related to Renewable Energy, Science & Technology, Environmental Internships, Green Management Jobs and other activities with a positive environmental impact. Our website is updated daily with dozens of new jobs in the environmental sector from around the world (USA, Europe and South America).
SustainableBusiness.com - Green Dream Jobs - your home for green jobs: renewable and clean energy jobs (solar, wind jobs), green building jobs, organic jobs, and all environmental and sustainable jobs.
Sustainability Recruiting by Ellen Weinreb - can help you find a corporate social responsibility (CSR) position or a job in a sustainable business. Access links to 30+ job boards, get answers to your jobseeking questions.
Think Green Degrees - one of the leading Green Energy sites for the Green Energy sector.
USGreenTechnology.com - an informational website that regularly produces news articles and content related to green technology and environmental trends. Also has special search tools to help people find employment opportunities and careers related to green technology and the environment.
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