Sustainability and the Next Generation Workforce

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Sustainability and the Next Generation Workforce

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United Federation of Teachers 52 Broadway 19th floor New York, NY 10004

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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.