Minnesota Green Careers Website is Minnesota's career, education, and job resource.
The Minnesota Green Careers website (www.MnGreenCareers.org) serves Minnesotans interested in careers which have a direct or essential impact on a product, service, or process resulting in environmental benefits. If you're a student, job seeker, or career changer, this website can help you research green careers, learn about training options, and find green employers in Minnesota.
The Minnesota Green Careers website was developed jointly by iSeek Solutions and the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED). The website is the state's authoritative source for information on green careers.
The Minnesota Green Careers website offers career profiles of more than 50 green careers. Learn about what makes a career green, and why green is important.
You can take green quizzes to test your knowledge about green careers and see which ones might fit your interests. You can learn about industries that have the most green jobs. You'll also find:
The Minnesota Green Careers website gives you access to a wealth of data to achieve your education goals, including:
You'll get help preparing for a green career by finding classes to take in high school, and reading testimonials from current and former students in green programs. You'll learn about college activities, volunteer opportunities, and apprenticeship programs. Whether you're just starting out on your career path or transitioning into a green career from a different field, the site offers resources to help.
You can search for current job openings on the Minnesota Green Careers website thanks to a partnership with Minnesota Works, the state job bank. You'll also see which occupations are likely to have the most green job openings in Minnesota.
The website has tips and advice on how to green your resume to showcase your relevant skills to green employers. You'll learn how to find green job openings online as well as find links to more than a dozen green job banks. Learn how and why the demand for green jobs varies across the state.
At Minnesota Green Careers, you can search for green businesses and internships, and if you have a green business idea, you can learn more about how other green entrepreneurs have been successful in Minnesota.
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The Minnesota Green Careers website was funded in part by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. A total of $1.15 million was awarded to the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) in December 2009 for the period of December 2009 through May 2011 to collect, analyze, and disseminate information on green jobs in Minnesota.
Visit the Minnesota Green Careers website at www.MnGreenCareers.org
The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system is a partner in iSeek Solutions and an Equal Opportunity employer and educator.