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High-schoolers explore green careers at campus fair: via UC Berkeley

U.S. Green Technology | Where Main Street Meets Green Street
Former El Cerrito mayor Ann Cheng, now program director with the advocacy group Transform, discusses green careers in the nonprofit sector with local high-school students at the EBGC Green Career Fair. (Roibín Ó hÉochaidh photo)

BERKELEY — Hundreds of eco-minded local high-school students flocked to UC Berkeley Friday to explore college and career opportunities in the clean-tech economy of tomorrow as the campus hosted a green-collar workforce development fair.

The East Bay Green Corridor’s third annual Green Education and Career Exploration Fair offered high-schoolers the opportunity to learn more about the ever-growing array of educational and professional options open to them after high school from public and private sector organizations involved in shaping the green economy.

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