Green Jobs roundtable at St. Petersburg College, July 22

July 15, 2010 at 9:18 am Leave a comment

Join us on July 22, 2010 6-8pm at the St. Petersburg College EpiCenter (13805 58th St. N. Largo, FL), room 1-451 for a panel discussion about Green Jobs.  Each speaker will give a brief overview of their program, followed by questions from the audience.

The distinguished speakers include:

Jeremiah Rohr – Lead Instructor, Solar Source and Solar Source Institute, speaking on solar job training.

Tom Eckman – Boley Center, Employment Consultant Supervisor, speaking on Pathways out of Poverty program.

Paul Messerschmidt – St. Petersburg PACE Forward and Independent Energy Consultant, speaking on PACE Financing and the jobs it will create.

Jason Green – St Petersburg College, Sustainability Coordinator and Project Coordinator, speaking on both the programs they offer and the practices of the campus.

Brett Milke –  TRANSITion Tampa Bay and The Murray Company, speaking on light rail proposals within the Tampa Bay area.

Tony Rivas – WG Mills, Inc., USGBC Tampa Bay Branch Board Member, speaking on construction projects and the need for workers with “Green” awareness/training.

Ron Weaver – Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson, P.A., Chairman of the Environmental and Land Use Law Dept. and RealEstateLives, Founder, speaking on networking for jobs.

Adrian Brunori – Repower America, speaking on the American Power Act and carbon trading as a driver of clean energy economics.

Lacy Willard – General Manager, CB Richard Ellis, Moderator

The 2010 Natural Talent Design Competition local event winners will also be announced.

$15 Full time Students- chapter members
$25 Chapter Members
$30 Guests
$35 Walkins

To register, visit http://fgcc.roundtablelive.org/

To learn more about sustainability at St. Petersburg College, contact Jason Green at green.jason@spcollege.edu.  Then visit http://www.spcollege.edu/sustainability, join the facebook group and follow us at http://twitter.com/sustainableSPC.

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who we are:

Early in 2008, St. Petersburg College recognized its responsibility to model to our students, employees and community ways to minimize global warming emissions and provide the knowledge to our graduates to help achieve a more environmentally friendly future. Because of this, the College made sustainability (defined as meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs) a top priority. As a result, the Office for Sustainability was established.

what we do:

Working alongside internal and external partners, the Office for Sustainability focuses on the following areas of environmental stewardship: educational programs and corporate training, energy and natural resource conservation, green buildings and facilities, carbon emissions, recycling and student activities.

learn more:

To learn more about The Office for Sustainability at St. Petersburg College, contact Jason Green, Sustainability Coordinator at green.jason@spcollege.edu

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