Interested in making your job a climate job? Here's how + the Q&A we didn't have time to answer live.
If you want to grow your ClimateTech company, we encourage you to take a step back and look at the big picture. Rather than starting with a role and job description, you should incorporate hiring into your organization's long-term strategy.
Understanding that job seeker motivations extend beyond emissions reduction and climate impact will help hiring managers attract talent that will provide the most long-term value.
You’ve brushed up on the resume writing basics and feel good, but you still want to dive deeper. This is your one shot to ensure that you get an interview. Optimizing your experience section will guarantee that you stand out from the hundreds of other applicants.
You’ve researched the industry, laid the foundation, and defined your “why,” and now you’re ready to fully kick off your job search. Your resume is a great place to start. It is the deciding factor that determines whether or not you will get an interview.
If you are applying for a job you should know exactly why you want the role. It seems like a given, but having an exceptionally strong grasp on your intentions before you submit the application will help you immensely through the process.
If you are looking for a new job — experienced or not — it’s critical to go back to the basics and work backward. Prior to updating your resume, before crafting your cover letter, weeks before applying, and ages before your next interview, you must start by laying the foundation for your next job
Follow these 5 steps to help you see through the noise and turn your pipe dreams of a climate job into a reality.
Looking for a climate job can be confusing. Join experts from Climate People, Terra.do, MCJ, & Work on Climate as we help guide your search.
Our panelists have gone through and answered the Q+A as best they can for you all!
Coming straight from the mouths of technical hiring managers, follow these five steps to fully prepare for your next tech interview.
Abby Alvin joins the Climate People team as a Senior ClimateTech Recruiter and Account Manager!
A recap of all the questions we received during our "How to Get a Job in Climate" webinar.
Hear from our experienced panelists as they discuss and dismantle the barriers that are preventing people from taking a job in climate solutions.
The Q&As that we didn't have time to answer live! Find the answers to all of your questions here.
Discuss and dismantle the barriers that are preventing people from taking a job in climate solutions.
We recently placed Trupti Cessna as a Software Product Manager at Indigo Ag! We're excited to see how she will utilize her passion to make a difference for Indigo and its communities.
We recently placed Lorenzo as a Project Lead - Electric Substations at Transcend Software. Lorenzo comes from a background in nuclear power and is excited to use his energy expertise to propel Transcend's projects forward.
For those technologies to be created, marketed, distributed, and ultimately widely spread, we need the right people behind the wheel (of an electric vehicle, of course).
Are you a self-proclaimed environmentalist, but your career path says otherwise? That doesn’t have to be the case.
Follow this comprehensive step-by-step guide to have the recruiters come to you!
The process is all about highlighting your skills, showing your unique value add, and truly emphasizing all that you bring to the table.
Follow Climate People's 5-step guide to help you knock your next interview out of the park and land that dream ClimateTech role!
So, follow these five tips to enhance your LinkedIn profile and have recruiters and hiring managers reaching out to you!
In the podcast, Lilly and I discussed what ClimateTech even is, what type of jobs constitute a "climate role," and how to land that dream climate position!
As this industry continues to grow alongside the warming climate, there will be more and more jobs that will need to be filled.
I’m here to tell you how you can position yourself as part of the solution in the greater environmental movement.
Follow these steps and you'll be well on your way to acing your next ClimateTech interview and landing a job in climate solutions.
Follow these 5 steps and you'll be well on your way to landing a career in climate solutions.
Whether you're actively looking for a new role or just want to learn more about ClimateTech jobs – there are countless resources for you.
You've heard it a lot. We all know networking is crucial, but how exactly do you do it? Follow these 5 steps and you will be well on your way!
Many individuals are concerned about taking a job at a “start-up.” This is preventing people from transitioning their careers to climate.
In the recruiting world, January is known for career changes! Join us as we review 2021’s trends and highlight some of the future work norms.
We’ve reiterated it countless times — climate jobs are beneficial and rewarding. We've outlined five benefits that climate careers provide below.
Our ClimateTech recruiter, Devika Knafo, shares some of her most promising resources for landing a job in climate.