"Bringing the Ecotech Lifestyle to Life"- A Thought Provoking, 30-Minute Webinar Will Focus on Actionable Ways to Live Sustainably
Denver, Colorado – July 1, 2013 – On Tuesday, July 16, Ecotech Institute will launch a webinar series that explores many facets of green living, including careers, lifestyle choices and a deep dive into solar careers. The first webinar, "Bringing the Ecotech Lifestyle to Life," will discuss the overall concept of sustainable living and encourage participants to define their own personal sustainability-focused mission, vision and goals. After a fast-paced 30 minutes, attendees will leave with new considerations and approaches on how to live a sustainable lifestyle.
"This lunchtime webinar is an excellent opportunity for anyone looking to explore how to live more sustainably through easy and actionable steps," says Kyle Crider, Ecotech Institute's Manager of Environmental Operations. "Everyone can do something to make a positive impact on the planet – and we are here to be a catalyst for positive change."
"Bringing the Ecotech Lifestyle to Life"
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
1:00 p.m. Eastern/12:00 p.m. Central
11:00 a.m. Mountain/10:00 a.m. Pacific
Kyle Crider, Manager of Environmental Operations at Ecotech Institute. He holds a Master of Public Administration degree with a double-emphasis in urban planning and policy analysis. He is also a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional, Neighborhood Development (LEED AP ND) and an instructor of "Introduction to Sustainability" on Canvas.net.
Spots are limited and will go fast, so sign up today at Ecotech Institute Webinars: http://www.ecotechinstitute.com/landings/webinar/
Upcoming Webinars – Dates to be Announced:
What Are Renewable Energy Jobs?
The World of Solar Energy Jobs
Time Management: Finding Life Balance While in School
Ecotech Institute, based in Aurora, Colorado, is the only college entirely focused on training people for jobs in sustainability. Ecotech currently offers the following renewable energy degree programs:
•Solar Energy Technology, Associate of Applied Science
•Wind Energy Technology, Associate of Applied Science
•Renewable Energy Technology, Associate of Applied Science
•Facility Management Technology, Energy Efficiency Program, Associate of Applied Science
•Electrical Energy Technology, Associate of Applied Science
•Power Utility Technician, Associate of Applied Science
•Business Administration – Sustainability, Associate of Applied Science