Green Jobs Network and Redfish Technology Offer Free “Accelerate Your Green / CleanTech Job Search” Webinar on October 3 (Updated)

The recent "Accelerate Your Green and CleanTech Job Search" webinar generated a strong response, with more than 250 people registering. Below are some of the follow-up materials:


Below are videos featuring content presented by Leonard Adler (Founder, Green Jobs Network).

Tips for Your Green Job Search (1 of 3)

Tips for Your Green Job Search (2 of 3) 

Tips for Your Green Job Search (3 of 3)

To view a video of the presentation delivered by Greg Schreiner (Recruiter, Redfish Technology) please click here.


Below are slides featuring the "Tips for Your Green Job Search" content presented by Leonard Adler.  Please note that the animation in some slides isn't displayed in the embedded file below.

Original event announcment:

Redfish Technology

Green Jobs Network and Redfish Technology announced that they will present a webinar entitled Accelerate Your Green / CleanTech Job Search.

This webinar will take place on October 3rd from 1:00 – 2:00 pm Eastern.  This webinar is free for job seekers, but advanced registration is required (click here to register).

This webinar is designed for people who are looking for green jobs or who are interested in making a transition into the clean technology sector.  This webinar will provide practical strategies job seekers can use to accelerate their job search and find specific opportunities.  The presenters for this webinar will be:

Green Jobs Network
Leonard Adler - Leonard is the Founder of Green Jobs Network (GJN), a leading online platform for green job seekers.  GJN's services include Green Job Spider (a green job search engine) and the #1 green job group on LinkedIn, featuring more than 50,000 members worldwide.  

Leonard has degrees from Stanford, Harvard, and Georgetown and has delivered presentation on green jobs at venues including the Green Festival, Green Professionals conference, and National Career Development Association annual meeting.

Greg Schreiner - Greg Schreiner specializes in executive recruitment in the alternative energy and clean technologies sectors. An expert in understanding his client’s business objectives, and matching quality talent, Greg’s industry passion and expertise serve him in his tireless endeavor of ferreting out the best green tech talent for his clients.

This webinar is free to attend thanks to the support of Redfish Technology, nationwide recruiters in High Tech and Clean Tech.  You can learn more about Redfish and view their latest job postings at

In addition, we appreciate the support of the following media partners:

Solar Marketing Group

Free “Opportunity Fair” at Clean Energy Connections in Springfield, MA (November 2)

Clean Energy Connections, a conference organized UMass Amherst which will take place on November 2nd in Springfield, Massachusetts, will include an Opportunity Fair.  The Opportunity Fair will provide a forum to network and access resources relevant for clean energy job seekers and entrepreneurs.  A list of organizations participating in the fair is available here.

The Opportunity Fair will take place at 2:15 pm at the MassMutual Center and is free and open to the public.  More information on other portions of the Clean Energy Connection conference is available here.

Day of Event Registration Available for Wednesday’s Free Green Career Event in San Jose

Just a brief note — onsite registration will be available for the Green Your Dreans: Career and Educational Pathways event taking place on Wednesday, September 28th in San Jose, California.  This program is free and open to the public and will be held from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm at the University of Phoenix – San Jose Learning Center, 3590 N. 1st, Street, San Jose, CA 95134.  Additional program information is available here.

“Women in Renewable Energy Career Panel: Blazing the Way to the Top” to Take Place October 13 in San Francisco

On October 13 an event entitled Women in Renewable Energy Career Panel: Blazing the Way to the Top will take place in San Francisco. This event is presented by the Women's Environmental Network and the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of Women of Wind Energy.

This program will feature the female industry leaders in the cleantech and sustainability sectors, who will share insights from their professional and personal development. Panelists will address topics such as overcoming challenges on their paths to professional success and how they have juggled busy schedules while maintaining a work-family life balance.  The panelists for this event are:

  • Jan Blittersdorf – CEO, NRG Systems
  • Daphne Li – Former COO, Sungevity
  • Sonita Lontoh – Head of Corporate Marketing, Trilliant
  • Stephanie Wang – Director of Programs and Campaigns, Clean Coalition
  • Liz Oh – Co-founder and President, Solar Marketing Group (moderator)

This program will take place at Hub SOMA, 925 Mission Street, Suite 105, San Francisco, CA 94103.  You can learn more about this program and register here. Features Resources for Green Job Seekers in Minnesota (and other States)

Earlier this year was launched by (Minnesota's career, education and job information resource) to serve Minnesota's green job seekers. worked with the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development to define a green job as one that has a direct or essential impact on a product, service, or process that results in environmental benefits.

They also organized green careers into five clusters:

  • Renewable Energy Generation ­ careers involving discovering and developing new ways of generating energy from renewable resources
  • Building-Related Energy Efficiency ­ careers in energy efficiency in the construction, repair, and operation of buildings
  • Environmental Conservation ­ jobs that protect the air, soil, water, and climate
  • Recycling and Pollution Reduction ­ jobs that reduce waste and pollution, both on land and in the air
  • Green Manufacturing ­ work that creates products that benefit the environment or that are made from environmentally-friendly materials

In addition to Minnesota-specific job search resources also includes resources applicable to job seekers in other states, including a collection of green career videos, green career profiles, and articles on multiple job search topics.