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Green Career Pathways Grant Research
The Green Career Pathways Grant was officially named "Building the
Education, Career Pathways and Labor Exchange Infrastructure within the New
Business Paradigm of a Green Economy." It was one of two grants that the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services received from the U.S.
Department of Labor and ran through May 2011. Partners included the Ohio Job
and Family Services, Governor's Workforce Policy Advisory Board, Ohio Board
of Regents and the University System of Ohio.
- Green Jobs and the Ohio Economy is a four-part
report series, in pdf.
- Green Career Pathways Slide Presentations, in pdf, are from regional forums held in May 2011.
- Akron Keynote, by Kelly Kupcak,
Program Manager, Ohio Green Workforce Training Partnership
- Columbus Keynote, by
Bill Spratley, Executive Director, Green Energy Ohio
- Nelsonville Keynote,
by Geoff Greenfield, Founder and President, Third Sun Solar in Athens,
- Obstacles and Opportunities,
by Keith Ewald, Ohio Department of
Job and Family Services
- Exploring the Potential
for Green Jobs, by Lewis Horner, Bureau of Labor Market Information,
Ohio Department of Job and Family Services
- Workforce Skills
and Training Needs, by Jane Dockery, Wright State's Center for Urban
and Public Affairs
- Training and Education Programs,
by Zachary Holl, Ohio University’s Voinovich School of Leadership and
Green Energy Cluster Crosswalk
provides a crosswalk from general green energy clusters to detailed
employment and wage trends at the NAICS 6-digit level.
Auto Industry Grant Research:
The Auto Industry Grant, Driving
Change, was officially named "Understanding the Impact of the Auto
Industry Transformation in Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio: Identifying New
Green Career Pathways for Impacted Workers." It was one of two grants that the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services received from the U.S.
Department of Labor and ran through May 2011. Ohio shared a grant with
Indiana and Michigan to coordinate efforts to help dislocated auto industry
workers pursue new career paths in Green industries.
Additional Green Resources
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