Green Jobs roundtable at St. Petersburg College, July 22

The distinguished speakers include:


Jeremiah Rohr – Lead Instructor, Solar Source and Solar Source Institute, speaking on solar job training.


Tom Eckman – Boley Center, Employment Consultant Supervisor, speaking on Pathways out of Poverty program.


Paul Messerschmidt – St. Petersburg PACE Forward and Independent Energy Consultant, speaking on PACE Financing and the jobs it will create.


Jason Green – St Petersburg College, Sustainability Coordinator and Project Coordinator, speaking on both the programs they offer and the practices of the campus.


Brett Milke -  TRANSITion Tampa Bay and The Murray Company, speaking on light rail proposals within the Tampa Bay area.


Tony Rivas – WG Mills, Inc., USGBC Tampa Bay Branch Board Member, speaking on construction projects and the need for workers with “Green” awareness/training.


Ron Weaver - Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson, P.A., Chairman of the Environmental and Land Use Law Dept. and RealEstateLives, Founder, speaking on networking for jobs.


Adrian Brunori – Repower America, speaking on the American Power Act and carbon trading as a driver of clean energy economics.


Lacy Willard – General Manager, CB Richard Ellis, Moderator


The 2010 Natural Talent Design Competition local event winners will also be announced.


$15 Full time Students- chapter members


$25 Chapter Members


$30 Guests


$35 Walkins


To register, visit http://fgcc.roundtablelive.org/


To learn more about sustainability at St. Petersburg College, contact Jason Green at [email protected].  Then visit http://www.spcollege.edu/sustainability, join the facebook group and follow us at http://twitter.com/sustainableSPC.

Join us on July 22, 6-8pm at the St. Petersburg College EpiCenter (13805 58th St. N. Largo, FL), room 1-451 for a panel discussion about Green Jobs.  Each speaker will give a brief overview of their program, followed by questions from the audience.

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