Warren, Mich. (PRWEB) March 5, 2009
Local career site http://www.greencareersguide.com is at the forefront of connecting people with green careers. With the green industry expected to have a trillion dollars growth, cashing in is important. Site is helping libraries, local businesses, universities and colleges reeducate and find the green jobs of the future. No other site has the compilation of green careers.
http://www.GreenCareersGuide.com/Green-Careers.html is helping fulfill President Obama's vision of five million green collar jobs. The President has devoted what could be a billion dollars to the creation of green jobs. This site is at the cutting edge of all the latest opportunities to fill those jobs. In addition to jobs, the site also offers step by step articles to help the unemployed ease into the Green Economy.
"We did our best to make it easy and straightforward for people to navigate. They can come and read about all the different green jobs, where to get the training and even apply for jobs right there." said Drissman, the Project Manager.
Libraries from around the country link to http://www.greencareersguide.com as a helpful resource for displaced workers, young adults, and teens find green jobs. For instance, the careers section covers high quality in demand jobs like solar, wind and geothermal. Additionally the training section gives details on how and where to get trained. And, for the entrepreneurial types there is the business opportunity section that points out how to start your own green business.
Greencareersguide.com is educating people in more than 40 countries who seek to find out about green careers. In the United States, persons and agencies from nearly every state have frequented the site.
Michigan green businesses have been more than happy to help pass along this helpful site. Green training is vital to emerging from our slumping economy. The site provides step by step help in educating, training and locating good green jobs. "With the dismal housing market, builders learn how to remarket themselves to the emerging green sector."
EcoGreen Ventures was formed in 2006 and is located in Warren, Michigan. The founders, Constance Blair and Moses Olaniran, saw the growing trend toward a green economy. EcoGreen runs two green informational sites, http://www.greencareersguide.com and http://www.eco20-20.com.