Career Resource: How to Find a Good Green Job


If you are a Net Impact member, join us for this incredibly relevant “Issues in Depth” call with Katie Kross.  Register now!

How to Find a Good Green Job: Practical Tools for a Sustainable Business Job Search

February 12 2010 Katie Kross, Associate Director with the Corporate Sustainability Initiative, Duke University
9:00-10:00 am PDT
12:00-1:00 pm EDT
5:00-6:00 pm GMT
Sustainability is an idea whose time has finally come. Everywhere you look these days, companies are touting carbon neutral goals, green consumer products, cleantech investment strategies and energy efficiency accomplishments. But can you really find a job in this field? Absolutely. Join Katie Kross for a conversation about MBA career paths in corporate sustainability, corporate social responsibility (CSR), socially responsible investing, sustainability consulting, renewable energy, and other green industries. She’ll share practical tips, tools, and resources gleaned from hundreds of interviews with MBA students and alumni who have successfully navigated the sustainable business internship/job search.
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Katie Kross
Katie Kross
Katie Kross is a sustainability career coach, MBA student advisor, and business school administrator.  She is an Associate Director with the Corporate Sustainability Initiative at Duke University and author of the new book Profession and Purpose: A Resource Guide for MBA Careers in Sustainability (Greenleaf Publishing, 2009).  An MBA graduate herself, she has developed career support and mentoring programs for students interested in sustainability and counseled hundreds of individual students and alumni on their career paths.  A distinguished member of Net Impact, she also helped found the Triangle, North Carolina professional chapter of Net Impact.

(Note: Profession and Purpose is available to Net Impact members at a 25% discount through Greenleaf Publishing. Link: http://www.netimpact.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=3016.)

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