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May Forum: Green Career Transitions Pechu Kucha

April 21, 2014


Changing courses mid-career can be a challenge on many levels and it takes hard work and tenacity to get where you want to go. We feel your pain. This May, let GreenHomeNYC pump some life back into your job search as 10 speakers from all areas of the green sector tell inspiring stories about how they came to work in a green field later in their career.


The Pechu Kucha format means that each speaker has 6 minutes and 40 seconds to get through 20 slides of material creating an energizing, light-hearted experience. When all presenters have finished, there will be time for Q&A and networking. Don’t miss out on this exciting event.


This forum is free and open to the public!


Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Time: 6:30-8:00pm

Place: Hafele Showroom, 25 E 26th St., New York, NY 10010


RSVP here!



Posted by Johanna Perry in Blog, Monthly Forum

April Forum: Daylighting of the Saw Mill River

March 30, 2014


GreenHomeNYC will host a forum on Daylighting the Saw Mill River on Wednesday, April 16, from 6:30–8 p.m. at the Hansgrohe – AXOR Design Studio, 29 9th Ave. Manhattan, NY.  Speakers Ned Sullivan, (Scenic Hudson), Joe Fleming, P.E., (PS&S Engineering), Rick Magder and Ann-Marie Mitroff (Groundwork Hudson Valley) will talk about working with private and public funding sources and the visioning and engineering processes of daylighting a stretch of the Saw Mill River that runs through the heart of downtown Yonkers.  This project includes a new park adjacent to the now babbling Saw Mill River and has been a catalyst for $30 million in nearby revitalization projects.


Register here!


Posted by Phillip Eddy in Blog

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