Sustainability and the Next Generation Workforce

Actions and Detail Panel

Sales Ended

Event Information

Share this event

Date and time

Location

Location

United Federation of Teachers

52 Broadway

19th floor

New York, NY 10004

View Map

Event description

Description

The Engineered Green Economics (EGE ["edge"]) Conference brings together educators from high schools and higher education and corporate leaders to take a fresh look at how sustainability challenges could be met by preparing young people to be ready to address tough environmental and social issues.

  • Learn more about the rising demand for sustainable-minded thinkers in tomorrow's workforce.

  • Hear from sustainability experts on the panel, The Next Generation Workforce: Rising Demand for Workers Trained in Sustainability Thinking

  • Be introduced to innovative curriculum for preparing high school students for college and careers utilizing new skills

4 CTLE Credits (Teachers)


Agenda below:

Welcome

Keynote

Panel: The Next Generation Workforce: Rising Demand for Workers Trained in Sustainability Thinking moderated by Harun Asad, Manager/Head Con Edison

  • Dr. Brendan Englot, Geoffrey S. Inman Endowed Junior Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Stevens Institute of Technology

  • Amish a Parekfh, Senior Sustainable Finance Product Strategist, Bloomberg's Sustainable Business and Finance

  • Joe Silver, Director of Prog rams, Urban Future Lab and ACRE, NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Engineered Green Economics (EGE) Curriculum on Sustainability Presentation

Systems Learning: Math, Coding and Future Careers Workshop

Lunch


For more information, contact Kristy Nguyen at knguyen@wise-ny.org or (212) 421-2700.

Date and time

Location

United Federation of Teachers

52 Broadway

19th floor

New York, NY 10004

View Map

Organizer Working In Support of Education (W!se)

Organizer of Sustainability and the Next Generation Workforce

Working In Support of Education (W!se) is a New York based educational 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to providing educational support services nationwide, building financial literacy and readiness for college and careers. W!se serves urban secondary school students in low-to-moderate-income areas. Extensive partnerships with schools and the private sector and a reputation for sustainable programs with measurable results have made w!se a leader in education.

Save This Event

Event Saved