Ohio University Office of Career Services

Career Resource Spotlight: Green Careers for Dummies by Christy R

Career Resource Spotlight:
Green Careers for Dummies

Are you a graduating senior who is interested in pursuing a job with a “green-minded” company? Have no fear, Career Services is here!

In effort to better suit all job-searching students, Career Services has recently started enhancing their literary collection. One acquisition for the collection is “Green Careers for Dummies”, written by Carol McClelland, PhD.

As stated throughout the book, this guide’s main focus is to assist job-seeking people in finding the right “green career” for them. The book provides great insight into various “green” industries, and discusses how to use the web to launch an effective job search—useful stuff! Additional topics discussed throughout the book include: discovering the green frontier, finding your green focus, and using the current green industries to inspire and motivate more sustainable corporate actions.

Interested in getting your hands on the book? Visit the Career Services office (located in Baker 533) anytime between 8 AM-5 PM, and start activating your “green career” today!

—Contributed by Katy Taylor, Office of Career Services PACE Special Events Coordinator


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