Green Career Workshop
Leaders in Energy Green Career Workshop
Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018
6 – 9 pm
$25 Early Bird (through 1/17); $35 Regular
Registration includes a workbook with exercises and resources and refreshments (pizza and light beverages). Note that seating is limited and our last Green Career Workshop sold out so those wishing to attend may wish to register early to make sure to secure a seat.
The Leaders in Energy Green Career Workshop will provide you with insights on your career strengths and preferences and how these can be tailored for application to the new “green” economy, e,g, clean energy, sustainability, circular economy, resiliency, etc. It provides experiential activities designed to guide you in developing an actionable career plan. Registration includes a workbook with exercises and resources.
In this workshop you will:
- Complete activities that guide you in identifying your core career assets – your strengths, skills, abilities, and knowledge – that you can offer a potential employer
- Begin to develop a career plan appropriate for your career level
- Network with fellow Leaders in Energy members who can be a career resource for you
- Engage in group discussion about the context around your career in the Green Economy
- Review useful resources
We will network with others about our mutual career journeys, focus on what inspires you about the Green Economy and the marketplace needs/opportunities right now, discuss your work values as they relate to your career needs, begin to develop a career plan, and identify the next steps you need to take on your career goals.
The McCormick Group
1525 Wilson Blvd, #550
Arlington, VA 22209
Workshop Instructor, Beth Offenbacker, Ph.D., HR Consultant and Coach, Waterford, Inc.
Beth Offenbacker designed and delivered classroom instruction as an adjunct faculty member with the Virginia Tech School of Public and International Affairs and the American University School of Communications and she also served as Chief Learning Officer with the online training provider, PublicDecisions. She has designed and led workshops, sessions, and training seminars for community nonprofits, professional conferences, and stakeholder groups, from small groups to sessions with more than 100 participants. She earned a bachelor’s degree in communications at the State University of New York at Brockport and a master’s degree in public communications at American University. A graduate of Virginia Tech’s Center for Public Administration and Policy, Offenbacker’s dissertation focused on the practice of public participation in 12 countries (Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, China, Ivory Coast, Mexico, New Zealand, Scotland, South Africa, Sweden, and the U.S.).