About Green Technical Education & Employment
Green Technical Education and Employment (Green Tech) is a community-based oganization charged with providing quality workforce skills, education and healthy strategies to maintain sustainable communities.
The Green Tech non-profit collaborates with community partners to stimulate economic development by means of academic and professional engagement of high school students and young adults from economically disadvantaged communities.
Green Tech is organized to address multiple academic and economic deficiencies in communities of color and regions of lower economic status.
Registered students receive academic and career technical education to develop proficiency and networking opportunities for the necessary resources to secure gainful employment, management and create jobs in the green economic sector.
Green Tech staff and its partners are committed to enriching the lives of young men and women. The program gives them successful living skills from community leaders determined to lower the school drop out rate, the high rate of incarceration and recidivism and dedicated to increasing the level of self-sufficiency, and productive human assets for a more sustained and prosperous community.
Green Technical Education and Employment (Green Tech) trains and develops pupils with emerging green collar skills, making them proficient in building design and construction trades, science, entrepreneurship and engineering. Green skills, focusing on clean energy, environmental protection and energy efficiency to provide career opportunities for youth from traditionally underserved communities.
Green Tech is committed to providing career technical education, job creation, job training, and entrepreneurial opportunities in the green economic sector. The program serves as a critical economic development resource for people from underprivileged backgrounds. Green Tech is charged with simultaneously developing clean energy workforce skills and reversing the negative human impact on our environment.
High School and College Students
Foster Youth and Emancipated Foster Youth
Young Adults Re-entering Society
- Small Business Development
- Building and Construction Trades
- Environmental Management
- Public Utilities