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Why Green Is Your Color: A Woman’s Guide to a Sustainable Career.

Ensuring women are prepared to succeed in a 21st century changing economy is critical to the financial stability of women, their families, and our country.
Why Green Is Your Color: A Woman’s Guide to a Sustainable Career is a comprehensive manual designed to assist women with job training and career development as they enter into innovative and nontraditional jobs. The guide also provides vulnerable women a pathway to higher paying jobs, and serves as a tool to help fight job segregation.
It offers women resources and information they need to enter and succeed in jobs in the emerging green economy.
The guide was created to help women at all stages of their careers — whether they are newly entering the workforce, transitioning to new careers, or returning to the workforce — identify and take advantage of opportunities in the clean energy economy.

Free career guidance for women thinking about jobs in the sciences and the environment.

Why Green Is Your Color: A Woman’s Guide to a Sustainable Career.

Ensuring women are prepared to succeed in a 21st century changing economy is critical to the financial stability of women, their families, and our country.

Why Green Is Your Color: A Woman’s Guide to a Sustainable Career is a comprehensive manual designed to assist women with job training and career development as they enter into innovative and nontraditional jobs. The guide also provides vulnerable women a pathway to higher paying jobs, and serves as a tool to help fight job segregation.

It offers women resources and information they need to enter and succeed in jobs in the emerging green economy.

The guide was created to help women at all stages of their careers — whether they are newly entering the workforce, transitioning to new careers, or returning to the workforce — identify and take advantage of opportunities in the clean energy economy.

Free career guidance for women thinking about jobs in the sciences and the environment.

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