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PlayStreet Flyer template | Elance Job
I'm looking for a flyer template that I can easily change. attached you should find a copy of an example flyer I used last year. The event is called PlayStreets Chicago. . PlayStreets is a citywide initiative to encourage residents to temporarily...

Category: Design & Multimedia > Graphic Design
Type and Budget: Fixed price ($50 - $100) Escrow
Time Left: Closed (Ends Jun 27, 2017 07:30 am ET)
Start Date: Jun 12, 2017
Proposals: 0
Client Info: 3 jobs posted...
PDF documents rebranding | Elance Job
We have a need for conversion of multiple existing pdf documents to reflect our company branding on two private labeled products. We can supply the Illustrator files for all corporate and product logos so there isn't much creative input necessary...

Category: Design & Multimedia > Brochures
Type and Budget: Hourly ($20 - $30 / hr)
Time Left: Closed (Ends Jun 23, 2015 20:38 pm ET)
Start Date: Jun 8, 2015
Proposals: 12 (High $30 / hr, Low $20 / hr, Avg $27 / hr)
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Graphic Renderings | Elance Job
I am looking for a graphic artist to do a few renderings of our product and put them into some environmental locations for content on our website before our launch. It will be a straight forward job as our machines design is extremely simple.

Category: Design & Multimedia > Graphic Design
Type and Budget: Hourly ($20 - $30 / hr)
Time Left: Closed (Ends Feb 4, 2015 22:10 pm ET)
Start Date: Jan 20, 2015
Proposals: 23 (High $30 / hr, Low $20 / hr, Avg $22 / hr)
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High School Environmental Science Notes | Elance Job
I have a set of about 75 Environmental Science questions, from 7 chapters in an online textbook. The answers to the questions can be found directly in the text. I will forward the questions and the link for the online text when the project is aw...

Category: Writing & Translation > Technical Writing
Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow
Time Left: Closed (Ends Oct 30, 2014 11:55 am ET)
Start Date: Oct 27, 2014
Proposals: 9 (High $219, Low $55, Avg $137...
Write 3 Press Releases for an NZ Website - TRIAL3 | Elance Job
Reference: SEOTR3-BUSIMMIGRATE We undertake SEO link building and similar activities for our clients. Part of this activity includes the writing of 3 separate (and unique) Press Releases for our client (might talk about the client itself, expans...

Category: Writing & Translation > Press Releases
Type and Budget: Fixed price (About $20) Escrow
Time Left: Closed (Ends Oct 6, 2014 18:52 pm ET)
Start Date: Sep 21, 2014
Proposals: 1 (High $22, Low $22, Avg $22)
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MICA ODOM
National Energy Media Director
Environmental Defense Fund
• Mica attended Columbia Business School and concentrated in Social Enterprise. Look to Ivy League MBA programs for business training in sustainable energy.
• Internships, even unpaid, or other networking opportunities are the key to getting your foot in the door in green and environmental industries.
• MBA and business students should look to Net Impact for networking opportunities in green and environmental industries. Net Impact has chapters on most campuses in many cities, and the web site includes a jobs page.
Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), a leading national nonprofit organization, creates transformational solutions to the most serious environmental problems. EDF links science, economics, law, and innovative private-sector partnerships. As National Energy Media Director for the Environmental Defense Fund, Mica Odom has insight into career success in green marketing. Mica points to the success of past EDF campaigns such as the 2007 landmark deal that canceled eight coal-fired power plants proposed in Texas and adopted an unprecedented set of environmental initiatives, preventing 57 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions per year.

Mica's career highlights the importance of business skills in the green and environmental industry. MBA programs in both the Ivy League and state schools are offering innovative programs that highlight green and environmental business training. The economic push from MBA students trained in sustainable business models is currently demonstrating the viability of green career fields such as engineering, green building, renewable energy finance, green marketing, and philanthropic foundations with an environmental focus.
HEIKE BILLER
Administrative Director
Catawba Lands Conservancy
• Classes in geography and mapping would be good preparation for a career in a land trust.
• Volunteer during college to gain an understanding of the way that land trusts operate.
• The ability to understand and use a geographic information system is a needed skill for land trusts.
North Carolina is a great place for green jobs. The state has a wide variety of natural wonders including the Appalachian Mountains, 300 miles of coast line fronted by barrier islands, and countless rivers and streams.

Land trusts work with willing landowners to save land from development. Catawba Lands Conservancy, in North Carolina's Southern Piedmont, is an important environmental organization in the local area. Environmentalists who might be interested in public-private environmental partnerships might be interested in employment in a land trust.

As administrative director at Catawba Lands Conservancy, Heike works in events coordination, fund raising, and land stewardship. This land trust is part of the North Carolina Conservation Network, a statewide network of environmental groups that might be a good resource for locating open positions in environmental and green organizations.
RICK GASKINS
Executive Director
Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation
• Have a passion for volunteerism. Even though Rick holds both an engineering degree from Duke and a Harvard Law degree, he still insists that environmental advocacy groups prioritize candidates who demonstrate an interest in working with volunteers.
• Write well. Environmental jobs often require degrees in the hard sciences, but Rick says that being persuasive with a pen often leads to the most sought-after positions.
• Learn how to fund-raise. Most non-profit organizations need volunteers to help solicit donations in order to implement their goals. If you want to hold an executive position in the environmental advocacy field, then volunteer your time and learn from the ground up.
Green jobs in the Charlotte area can be found in a mix of established and emerging businesses. Rick Gaskins leads the Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation, a Charlotte-area non-profit that advocates for the protection and enhancement of the Catawba River watershed. Rick pointed to the many land and water conservancies as a potential source of employment. Many of these organizations are loosely affiliated, making networking convenient. Rick named local groups such as Clean Air Carolina and Sustainable Charlotte as well as local chapters of national organizations such as the Sierra Club as excellent resources for aspiring green industry professionals interested in the Charlotte area.

The environmental community has long-standing ties with local academic powerhouses such as Duke University that conduct environmental research and offer several excellent academic programs with an environmental focus. Other nearby colleges such as Charlotte Community College have excellent sustainability programs also, with specialization in green technologies such as solar energy. Rick suggests contacting these educational departments to see what businesses they partner with. University department heads often serve as an excellent networking channel.
ROB SISSON
President
Republicans For Environmental Protection
• Working as a staffer in a political organization is a good place to get into environmental politics.
• All members of congress employ an environmental legislative assistant.
• You can work on sustainability inside corporations. Look for positions as Corporate Responsibility Officers or Sustainability Officers.
Republicans for Environmental Protection is an organization dedicate to restoring the GOP's great conservation legacy. Rob cites several environmental Republican presidents who established milestones in our nation. Abraham Lincoln protected Yosemite. Ulysses S. Grant created Yellowstone, the first national park. Theodore Roosevelt championed conservation by designating 150 National Forests and five national parks. Even conservative icon Ronald Reagan ratified the Montreal Protocol to protect the Ozone Layer. Rob's expertise is in Republican environmental politics but his advice could just as easily translate to the Democratic Party. While any college major can lead to a career in politics, law degrees are very common and any classes in environmental science would also be helpful. Look for entry level positions as political staffers, at think tanks, or in foundations.
MICA ODOM
National Energy Media Director
Environmental Defense Fund
• Mica attended Columbia Business School and concentrated in Social Enterprise. Look to Ivy League MBA programs for business training in sustainable energy.
• Internships, even unpaid, or other networking opportunities are the key to getting your foot in the door in green and environmental industries.
• MBA and business students should look to Net Impact for networking opportunities in green and environmental industries. Net Impact has chapters on most campuses in many cities, and the web site includes a jobs page.
Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), a leading national nonprofit organization, creates transformational solutions to the most serious environmental problems. EDF links science, economics, law, and innovative private-sector partnerships. As National Energy Media Director for the Environmental Defense Fund, Mica Odom has insight into career success in green marketing. Mica points to the success of past EDF campaigns such as the 2007 landmark deal that canceled eight coal-fired power plants proposed in Texas and adopted an unprecedented set of environmental initiatives, preventing 57 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions per year.

Mica's career highlights the importance of business skills in the green and environmental industry. MBA programs in both the Ivy League and state schools are offering innovative programs that highlight green and environmental business training. The economic push from MBA students trained in sustainable business models is currently demonstrating the viability of green career fields such as engineering, green building, renewable energy finance, green marketing, and philanthropic foundations with an environmental focus.
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