2012 Green Career Fair and Alternative Energy Network Conference
Elizabeth City State University, Thursday, November 1, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EDT)
Elizabeth City, NC
Elizabeth City State University and the Albemarle-Pamlico Conservation and Communities Collaborative (AP3C) invite you to our first Green Career Fair and Alternative Energy Network Conference!
Career Fair: The purpose of the career fair is to introduce students and the community to “Green” companies and the career opportunities they offer. The Career Fair will be held from 1pm – 5pm. Organizations will have the opportunity to introduce their companies through classroom visits prior to the career fair. We are also welcoming the participation of Community Partners who offer jobs that may not require a college degree. Registration is open for both participating organizations and attendees.
Alternative Energy Network Conference: The purpose of the conference is to educate and inform stakeholders about the emerging alternative energy industry in North Carolina, and the economic opportunities associated with it. Conference will discuss current projects and future opporutnites, including several potential projects that could be implemented in the near term with support from regional partners. The Conference will be held from 10am – 5pm.
NO COST TO ATTEND the Career Fair or Alternative Energy Network Conference.
Would you like your organization to participate in the Career Fair?
ORGANIZATION / COMMUNITY PARTNER BOOTH FOR CAREER FAIR. The Exhibitor Registration Fee is $150. The exhibitors will receive a 10 x 10 booth with signs identifying the name and location of the organization, booth set-up and dismantle service, meals, and incidentals. For information about reserving a booth, please contact Cassidy Cannon, Sustainability Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 252.335.3962
EVENT STEERING COMMITTEE: North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association, Northeastern Workforce Development Board, River City Community Development Corporation, City of Elizabeth City, ECSU’s Center for Green Research and Evaluation, ECSU’s Office of Sustainability, & Albemarle-Pamlico Conservation & Communities Collaborative