A career choice is an intentional decision one can make in order to play a more active role in growing a greener economy. This is a valuable episode for both students and adults who wish to explore mindful career options or career changes.
Guest Audra Lavoie, MPA, is a career development practitioner, serving University of Rhode Island undergraduate students from a variety of majors, including those in the College of Environmental and Life Sciences. Audra's strength is in normalizing the challenges and changes involved in the career search process.
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Wendy is Rhode Island's regional editor for Green Teacher She is also a regular contributor to Natural Awakenings Magazine Boston edition and Sustainable Living News on the Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network. As an environmental educator, she currently develops and teaches Nature Drawing curriculum for The Empowerment Factory, based in Pawtucket, RI. She is solutions-oriented, which requires acknowledging the problems, understanding the underlying causes and identifying solutions that are based on sound science. Through her writing, podcasting and teaching, Wendy reaches out to inspire young people to become effective difference makers by sharing her own personal stories and the stories of other successful people.
The Difference Maker is the inspirational memoir of Neil Fachon, a high school student and environmental activist who espoused a different style of leadership. He would often quote The Jester, "It's up to us to make a difference. It's up to us to care." Download the pdf version for free, and send Wendy a brief review. email@example.com
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