Publications & Tools

GreenWays

Creating Career Pathways in the Green Economy

Working with employers to create career pathways, training, and supports that prepare low-income adults for family-supporting careers in the rapidly growing green economy. 

Geri Scott
Director
617.728.4446 x125
gscott@jff.org

Publications & Tools

GreenWays draws on the national technical assistance to our partners and on-the-ground experiences of the workforce partnerships as the basis for resources that can help practitioners develop and improve their training programs for lower-skilled adults. We share short best practices, presentations and in-depth analyses to address common challenges faced by programs working with similar populations, lessons learned, program materials, and ideas for action. This section contains additional materials that were developed by our partners or other national experts and are relevant to GreenWays.

Outreach and Recruitment

Basic Skills Training or Soft Skills Training

Occupational Training

Case Management and Career Coaching

Employer Engagement

Job Development and Placement

Project Management