Impact Careers: Sustainability, the ClimeCo Story, and Career Opportunities
ClimeCo’s President & CEO, Bill Flederbach, joined Penn State’s Smeal College of Business for the Impact Careers: Sustainability, the ClimeCo Story, and Career Opportunities webinar. The panel also includes Penn State’s Smeal College of Business’ Director of Sustainability, Erik Foley, and Assistant Director of Alumni Career Services, Jennifer Nicholas. In the webinar, the panel discusses the latest trends in the movement to reduce carbon emissions and how those seeking environmental job opportunities strategize to appeal to this sector. These interdisciplinary perspectives bring this impactful environmental discussion to life with practical takeaways.
About Smeal College of Business
The Penn State Smeal College of Business is a vibrant intellectual community offering highly ranked undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, and executive education opportunities to more than 6,000 students from across the country and around the world. Since our introduction in 1953, we have prepared 95,000 students for professional success, annually adding to Penn State’s vast alumni network. We are a destination of choice for top global organizations seeking talent that will make a positive difference. Through our leading faculty and network of research centers and institutes, we are a source of knowledge that influences the business practices of tomorrow. We are forging connections, creating opportunities, and producing results.
Smeal’s Contact Information
ClimeCo LLC is a respected advisor, transaction facilitator, and trader of environmental commodity market products. Specialized expertise in regulated carbon, regional criteria pollutant trading programs, voluntary markets, and project development and financing of GHG abatement and mitigation systems complement ClimeCo’s diverse portfolio. For more information or to discuss how ClimeCo can drive value for your organization, contact us at 484.415.0501, firstname.lastname@example.org, or through our contact us page.