Conference on Green Jobs

Sent to me by a parent:

Check out this amazing conference:

On March 13-14, a conference unlike any other will take place in
Pittsburgh, PA. The event will launch a nationwide dialogue about
moving our country rapidly toward leadership in promoting the
benefits of a new green economy. Good Jobs, Green Jobs: A National
Green Jobs Conference will bring together advocates representing
local, state and federal policy makers; labor; business; the
environment and public health; economic and workforce development
specialists; investors; scientists and technology experts and YOUTH!

Highlighted speakers include:
Edward G. Rendell, Governor of Pennsylvania
Margie Alt, Environment America
Phil Angelides, Apollo Alliance
Joy Clarke-Holmes, Johnson Controls
Leo Gerard, United Steelworkers
Gerry Hudson, Service Employees International Union
Van Jones, Green for All
Katrina Landis, BP Alternative Energy
Ed Mazria, Architecture 2030
John Podesta, Center for American Progress
Carl Pope, Sierra Club
Lois Quam, Piper Jaffray
Lou Schorsch, Arcelor-Mittal
Rich Trumka, AFL-CIO
Dr. Beverly Wright, Deep South Center for Environmental Justice

The Sierra Student Coalition will be organizing youth social events
in the evening as well as a youth “meet-up” during the conference.

The Sierra Student Coalition has scholarships available for this
conference. If you are interested in applying for a scholarship,
please fill out the attached form and email it to
Scholarships are need-based and will be given on a rolling basis.

If you will need housing in Pittsburgh for the conference, please
indicate that on your scholarship application or let me or Maura
know. The SSC is trying to secure free housing for everyone who
needs it, but we need a head count by next week.

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