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Sustainable Manufacturing Curriculum: Greening the Future by Educating Tomorrow's Workforce

The Sustainable Manufacturing Curriculum: Greening the Future by Educating Tomorrow's Workforce is intended for educators at high schools, career and vocational institutes, community colleges and trade schools. The curriculum is made up of three modules: Environmental Sustainability, Lean Manufacturing and Pollution Prevention, and Energy and Carbon. Each module includes a slide presentation and a facilitator's guide complete with handouts, activities, quizzes, and facilitator's notes. The facilitator's guide also uses visually engaging icons to assist educators in appropriately conveying the material to the students.

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It's Not Green, Unless It's Affordable- Terry McAuliffe

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02/22/11 02:46PM

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Build and Drive

Secretary Solis attends the Washington Auto Show and talks about smart cars being built in America.

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02/09/11 08:27PM

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Green is good in a blue state

Written by Greg Lucas who states: "Change one letter in Gordon Gecko’s infamous credo and it becomes the mantra of Democratic policymakers from President Obama to Gov. Jerry Brown and the majorities of the state Senate and Assembly: Green is good. In their eyes, it’s very, very good. Perhaps too good."

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02/04/11 03:15PM

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The Workforce Development Council of Seattle King-County Receives Grant

The Workforce Development Council of Seattle King-County received a POP grant that focuses on weatherization, de-construction and green manufacturing. Click here if you want to learn more about their outreach efforts.

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01/17/11 02:18PM

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Green Jobs: They're Not Just Limited to the Energy Sector

Kermit the Frog once declared "It's not easy being green." The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) has partnered with Purdue University Technical Assistance Program (TAP) on a Green Manufacturing Specialist Certificate Program. They are making it easier for manufacturing professionals to become green workers — one of the fastest growing segments of the U.S. workforce.

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11/13/10 04:10PM

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Manufacturing Summit 2010: Green Collar Jobs and Apprenticeship

Please join us for the fourth annual Manufacturing Summit on Green Collar Jobs and Apprenticeship Transforming the 21st Century Skilled Workforce, on Tuesday, November 9, 2010 from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm at The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C. This is the place to gain valuable insights from a roster of senior level leaders addressing the skills deficit in U.S. manufacturing, and best practices, including - the critical role of apprenticeship programs - the value of public/private partnerships in training - the intersection of training and green collar jobs.

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10/27/10 09:39PM

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Advanced Manufacturing Competency Model

The competency model framework for Advanced Manufacturing was developed through a collaborative effort involving the Employment and Training Administration (ETA) and leading industry organizations.

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10/10/10 08:55PM

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Old skills fit new field at Green Career Conference in Marlborough

Green jobs are "the future," but much of the work involves occupations that have been around for some time, a panel of experts said yesterday. Speaking to a crowd of hundreds at the second Massachusetts Green Career Conference, author and Northeastern professor Joan Fitzgerald pointed to jobs in plumbing, electrical and carpentry.

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10/03/10 07:56PM

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Fuel Cells and Jobs

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07/21/10 09:57AM

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U.S. Solar Policy Impact Analysis

The Solar Energy Industries Association released an independent study projecting the positive economic impact of the U.S. Department of Treasury Grant Program and the Solar Manufacturing Investment Tax Credit. The study found that extending the TGP by two years and including solar manufacturing in the industry’s existing tax credit would add 200,000 new domestic jobs to the solar workforce and supporting industries in the U.S. Additionally, it would result in 10 gigawatts (GW) of new solar installations by 2016 -- enough to power 2 million homes.

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Manufacturing

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05/19/10 09:00AM

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Green Profile: Manufacturing

This is a brief scan of the manufacturing sector.

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05/06/10 09:57AM

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Manufacturing Extension Partnership National Conference

The 2010 Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) National Conference brings together over 700 attendees from across the country, including field engineers, program managers, sales specialists, marketing staff, and center management. MEP’s strategic partners—including trade associations, state stakeholders, federal agencies, client companies, advisory board members, and others—also attend both for knowledge sharing and networking. The shared passion and mission among all attendees at the MEP National Conference is the strengthening of and commitment to U.S. manufacturers. Green Jobs Focused Sessions Creating and Retaining Midwestern Jobs in the New Energy Economy Date: Monday, May 3 Green Jobs: Exploring Common Myths and Realities Date: Monday, May 3 MEP Conference Site MEP Agenda

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04/21/10 11:26AM

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Manufacturing Extension Partnership National Conference

The 2010 Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) National Conference brings together over 700 attendees from across the country, including field engineers, program managers, sales specialists, marketing staff, and center management. MEP’s strategic partners—including trade associations, state stakeholders, federal agencies, client companies, advisory board members, and others—also attend both for knowledge sharing and networking. The shared passion and mission among all attendees at the MEP National Conference is the strengthening of and commitment to U.S. manufacturers. Green Jobs Focused Sessions Creating and Retaining Midwestern Jobs in the New Energy Economy Date: Monday, May 3 Green Jobs: Exploring Common Myths and Realities Date: Monday, May 3 MEP Conference Site MEP Agenda

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