NOTE: THIS EVENT, ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED FOR 1/29/15, HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE BUILDINGENERGY CONFERENCE ON 3/4/15.
Emerging professionals, graduate and undergraduate students pursuing a career in the high performance building and renewable energy sectors are invited to participate in this brand-new career-building workshop scheduled to take place during our annual BuildingEnergy conference in Boston, MA. During this forum, participants will gain insights into the sustainable building sector and strategies for obtaining related positions through interviewing and networking tips. Topics for discussion will include types of careers available, strategies for gaining experience, identifying opportunities, interviewing and job seeking. Jump start your career in sustainable building practices, join us at this exciting new workshop!
Cost: Free! Registration for this event comes with a free tradeshow pass for the conference! Please note that you will need the Trade Show pass for entrance to the Career Forum.
About the Presenters
Declan is a founding member and co-owner of Placetailor, an employee-owned cooperative based in Boston that designs and builds custom-fit energy efficient architecture. Declan will be a panelist in the BuildingEnergy 15 closing forum 100 Years of Experience.
Hannah is an engineer with Vidaris in Boston, MA. She completed her master's degree in the Building Technology department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in June, 2012 and has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Northwestern University.
Caitriona oversees regional operations of Conservation Services Group’s construction & consulting group. She has developed and delivered energy code trainings for building officials and others in Massachusetts. She was recently Board Chair of NESEA.
Jeremy was recently hired as a consultant for Meister Consultants Group in Boston, MA. Previously, he was a program coordinator at NESEA and helped develop a triple bottom line peer-networking group. He has a degree in environmental studies and music from Amherst College.
Rebecca Rahmlow is a registered architect at Shepley Bulfinch in Boston's Innovation District. She received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from Carnegie Mellon in 2006 and her Master of Science in Architectural Studies from MIT in 2008. Becky is a speaker at BuildingEnergy for the session on Urban Food Production, Distribution and Energy Recovery.