NC Solar Center to Offer a Free Career Advice Workshop

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Finding Your Green Dream Job

The North Carolina Solar Center at NC State University  will host a free, half-day workshop to help job-seekers find employment in North Carolina’s growing green-energy sector. The workshop will explore:

Leveraging your education and experience and finding career options in the green market

  • Plugging into the green network
  • Training programs to take and where to find them
  • Selecting certifications that can help get you started
  • Finding financial resources/grants available for training

In addition, for the last hour of the workshop, professionals from the NC Solar Center and other green professionals will be on site to answer questions and provide professional advice.  Learn how to use your educational and professional background, skills and interests to pursue your green dream job.
WHEN:      Tuesday, February 8 from 9:30a.m.-12 Noon


WHERE: Cameron Village Library Meeting Room, Raleigh, NC

COST:      Free and open to the public; registration is required. To register, click here.

WHO:       Presented by the N.C. Solar Center, part of NC State’s College of Engineering.

About the North Carolina Solar Center

Created in 1988, the North Carolina Solar Center, as part of the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University (NCSU), works closely with state and local government and the renewable energy industry. It manages and maintains the NCSU Solar House and serves as a resource for innovative, green energy technologies through research and demonstration, technical assistance, education, outreach and training. For more information please visit:

We educate, motivate, and recognize smaller enterprises for their efforts towards becoming more sustainable. We’re here to offer tangible, practical tips and expertise in sustainability.
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