Hoopa Sustainable Energy and Building Training Program
Monday, August 9th, 2010

Coming up quickly!

Native Youth Clean Energy  Training Program

Education, training & hands-on experience in the Green Building and Renewable Energy ProfessionsHoopa_GreenYouth_Flyer-1


KTJUSD-A-Step Program to develop workforce entry skills

Paid Hands-On Work Experience

Training through College of the Redwoods and Sustainable Nations:

• Introduction to Green Building

• Energy Fundamentals

• Retrofits & Energy Efficiency

• Water-Efficient Building & Retrofits

• Solar Hot Water Installation & Design Principles

• Solar Electricity Installation & Design Principles

Job Placement Assistance Upon Completion of Program

FREE to eligible participants If you are between 18-24 years old, call (530) 625-5600 ext. 4900 for more information and to set up an eligibility appointment.

Guiding Values

Traditional knowledge, practices, and the strengthening of traditional economies form the foundation of resilient, sustainable Nations, and should be the guide for any development work.

Development plans and projects must be community directed. People of their community are the best ones to serve their community, having intimate knowledge of their culture, their nation, and their resources. Our consultants and trainers serve as resources that community members can draw upon to develop their own strategies and planning, utilizing a ‘training the trainers’ model.

Our work serves on-the-ground planning, development, and implementation. We support policy development initiatives, but the role of Sustainable Nations as an organization is tangible hands-on training and development work.

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