Employer registration is now open for the Stanford University Energy & Environmental Career Fair. This event will take place on Thursday, November 10, 2011 from 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM and is sponsored by the Stanford School of Earth Sciences, the Stanford Energy Club, and the Stanford Career Development Center.
This career fair is open to public, non-profit and private sector organizations that are pursuing sustainability, with a particular focus on clean technology. This event will provide employers an opportunity to speak with students and graduates about their organization, career fields, internships, and full time positions.
Registration is limited — interested employers should send an e-mail to events <at> greenjobs.net
The 2010 Stanford University Energy and Environmental Career Fair will take place on October 11. This program is free for Stanford students and graduates and is presented by the Stanford School of Earth Sciences and the Stanford Career Development Center. It will take place from 2:00 p.m – 6:00 p.m. at the Mitchell Earth Sciences Building (map).
This event will feature organizations including:
This Wednesday, October 6th, is the final deadline for employer registration for the Stanford University Energy and Environmental Career Fair. This program is presented by the Stanford School of Earth Sciences and the Stanford Career Development Center and will take place on Monday, October 11 from 2:00 p.m – 6:00 p.m. at the Mitchell Earth Sciences Building (map).
This career fair will feature organizations that are pursuing sustainability, with a particular focus on clean technology. This event will provide employers an opportunity to speak with students and graduates about their organization, career fields, internships, and full time positions. For additional registration information, send an e-mail to events <at> greenjobs.net
A Silicon Valley Nonprofit Career Fair will take place on Wednesday, March 4th from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm. This event is sponsored by the Stanford Career Development Center and will be held at Tresidder Union on the Stanford University campus. This event is free for job seekers to attend.
This fair will feature more than 50 nonprofit and government organizations (listed below) that will provide information about jobs, internships, volunteer positions, and fellowships.
- Abilities United (formerly CAR)
- African Leadership Academy
- Building Excellent Schools
- California Native Garden Foundation
- CDS International, Inc.
- City of Palo Alto
- CK-12 Foundation
- Clean Tech Open
- Cross-Cultural Solutions
- EnCorps Teachers Program
- Environment America
- Escuela Popular
- Foundation for Sustainable Development
- Franchise Tax Board
- Global Footprint Network
- Green Science Policy Institute
- Independent Institute
- Institute for Human and Social Development
- Kaiser Permanente
- Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST)
- Monterey Institute of International Studies
- National Farm Workers Service Center
- New Sector Alliance
- Next Generation Scholars
- Northern California Public Broadcasting
- Oakland Teaching Fellows
- Our Family Coalition
- Palo Alto Art Center
- Peace Corps
- Peer Health Exchange
- Project Management Office Strategic Systems Flight Systems
- Project Open Hand
- Public Allies SIlicon Valley
- Reading Partners
- Region IX Office on Women's health
- Seneca Center
- Shelter Network
- Sierra Magazine
- Silicon Valley Independent Living Center
- State of California Employment Development Dept
- Team Up For Youth
- The Bay School
- The Sikh Coalition
- United Way of the Bay Area
- US Army Healthcare
- USMC Officer Programs
- VIA (Volunteers in Asia)
- Walden House
- WOMAN INC.