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hme base job- spectrums
Posted: 2011-02-10 03:11:44
Job Description: virtual home base jobs are available
To apply: see the website adrs
Edible Wild Plants and Medicines including Mycelium Medicines and teas wild-crafter- Anhinga Roost Wildlife Sanctuary and Wild Edible Plants Propagation
Posted: 2010-04-03 23:24:38
Job Description: Land Manager, Management of acerage of wild-crafting herbs, medicinal (Polypore) fungi. Lead edible wild plant educational walks, field collection trips, wild crafting demonstration field trips and boat and canoe outdoor adventures.
To apply: Contact 352 376 6860
Clean Air Lawn Care Giving Away Franchise- Clean Air Lawn Care
Posted: 2010-02-01 13:24:16
Job Description: Clean Air Lawn Care has officially launched Opportunity 2010, a once in a lifetime opportunity for a deserving individual to win a Clean Air Lawn Care franchise with the tools provided for success. Opportunity 2010 is a way for one entrepreneur to ‘pay it forward’ to another entrepreneur and is designed to give a 2nd chance to someone who has the skills, passion and determination to be successful and do something positive for themselves and their environment, but who may not have the means.
To apply: For details and to submit your entry, go to: http://www.cleanairlawncare.com/opp2010.htmlDeadline for initial submissions is 2/5/10
Articles on Jobs: http://www.chn.org/issues/labor/jobcreation.html
Florida job Opps for Parents:
Job Opps in Gainesville:
“Unveiled last week, the “Florida Back to Work” program will provide as much as $200 million statewide to cover as much as 95 percent of the wages, benefits and training of temporary workers who meet income criteria. The state estimates that the Florida Back to Work program will create up to 25,478 jobs, with an average hourly wage of $12.
County Manager Randall Reid compared the program to the Works Progress Administration that President Franklin Delano Roosevelt launched during the Great Depression.
The state program is intended to aid unemployed or low-income individuals with children. To receive funding through it, government agencies and private companies must hire employees that have at least one child under age 18 and have a household income below 200 percent of the federal poverty level.”
Green Drinks Hosts White House Community Jobs Forum Jan. 6
These Jobs Forums are being held around the country and we’ll provide local feedback for the president to consider. There are six questions about which sectors of the economy are working, expanding, hiring and which aren’t; what are local opportunities for job growth; what are local obstacles; etc. If this interests you, please come prepared with your comments – or share them with us here online – particularly about green jobs.
Our meeting will be sponsored by Project Nepal, a foundation that provides educational materials to students in Nepal. Edmund and Sargit Kellerman will provide Indian and Malaysian dinner of Murktha and Chana Curry with basmati rice and amazing Malaysian tea for a suggested donation of $7 to $10. Cash bar.
Mr. Kellerman will tell us about Project Nepal, and Steve Nichtenberg of Lux will tell us about his erforts to create a sustainable business. Afterward, we’ll convene the White House Community Jobs Forum for those who’d like to contribute.
Please plan to attend! For more info: nepal green drinks
Green Career Webinar
WHEN: Thursday, December 17, 2009 at 3 p.m. (EST), 12 Noon (PST)
COST: $5. The first 10 subscribers get a Green Festival Readers book!
In this 60-minute webinar Dr. Kevin Danaher will discuss and answer questions about:
* What industries are growing with the greening of the economy;
* What jobs and careers are emerging in the green economy;
* What are the best websites, books and resources available for your green job hunting.
He will use straight-forward language and ready-to-go strategies that are relevant whether you are starting in the job market or changing careers to the green economy.
Dr. Kevin Danaher is co-founder of Global Exchange (1988), founder and Executive Co-Producer of the Green Festivals (2001), and Executive Director of the Global Citizen Center (2004). Dr. Danaher has spoken at universities and for community organizations throughout the U.S. on issues ranging from the dynamics of the global economy to how we can replace the power of transnational corporations with local green economy networks. Dr. Danaher has published numerous articles and is the author and/or editor of twelve books, including his latest, “Building the Green Economy: Success Stories from the Grass Roots”. If you would like to know more about Dr. Kevin Danaher’s background, visit: http://www.globalexchange.org/getInvolved/speakers/56_events.html#2274
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