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{Green Careers} June 14th: Networking with John Crant – Discussion/Workshop

June 6, 2016


NETWORKING is often the key to having a successful and impactful career.

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Join the GHNYC Green Careers group for a discussion lead by career coach and subject matter expert, John Crant on effective networking strategies that you can use in real life, interpersonal situations — such as industry events and informational interviews — as well as in the digital realm — such as LinkedIn and social media.




This event will be useful for both individuals on the job hunt and individuals interested in raising their industry profile.


Date: Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm with networking afterwards
Location: DXV Showroom – 15 W. 20th Street, New York, NY 10011


For more information about John Crant, visit www.selfrecruiter.com and don’t forget to RSVP HERE!


April Forum Recap: Indoor Air Quality

June 4, 2016

by Jaime Alvarez

How do the buildings we inhabit affect our well being? Should we be concerned with the health impacts of the construction materials that go into them? While we are well aware of the hazards of outdoor air pollution and understand its sources, we may understand less about indoor air quality (IAQ). The April Forum provided important insights into what to look out for and what’s being done to address it.


Three experienced professionals including a building consultant, a public advocate, and a medical doctor gathered at the office of Steven Winter Associates to inform us of indoor air quality concerns, tools for measurement, and proven results from green buildings. (more…)

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