Transitioning High Tech to Green Tech – PowerPoint Presentation from the Green Jobs Fair
The Green Jobs & Entrepreneurship Fair, held on February 16th, 2011 in Berkeley, CA, was an opportunity for talent and cleantech companies to meet. This PowerPoint presentation on Transitioning from High Tech to Green Tech was given by Rob Reeves, Redfish Technology CEO & executive recruiter, during a panel discussion on Breaking Into Green.
Other related resources:
“Breaking Into Green” article by Greg Schreiner, Executive Recruiter / GreenTech Manager
“Transitioning from High Tech to Green Tech” article by Redfish Technology, Rob Reeves
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Greg Schreiner, Author of "Breaking Into Green"
Come Network with us
at the Green Jobs & Entrepreneurship Fair
By Greg Schreiner
Of the many things I enjoy about recruiting, networking with green energy professionals is at the top of my list. I will have an amazing opportunity to do this at the Green Jobs & Entrepreneurship Fair, February 16th, 2011 in Berkeley, CA.
CEO of Redfish Technology, Rob Reeves, will be participating on a panel discussing the Transition from High Tech to Green Tech and I will be talking with industry leaders and professionals on how to break into Green.
Many professionals see the GreenTech sector as the next growth market and want to finds ways to transition into various industries with in this sector. I have been actively involved with many different professionals with varied backgrounds from varied industries, helping them find ways to redevelop or rebrand themselves to make this transition. Read more »
Breaking into Green
By Greg Schreiner, Green Tech Recruiter
“How Can I Get into a Green Career?”
The last couple of years have taken a toll on many families as jobless rates continue to climb with little insight to how the next year or two will play out. As a recruiter in the alternative energy sector, I have been watching things improve since the beginning of the year. Many companies continue to hire, and because of this growth I receive daily calls from interested candidates and the number one question is “How can I get into a green career?” Read more »