Trish Kenlon is a self-described “people connector, community builder and change agent.” And as the founder of Sustainable Career Pathways, she is all about helping people find the employment opportunity of their dreams – whether or not they have an environmental degree.
Trish spends her waking hours helping answer job seekers’ questions, such as: how do I get that job? Where should I look to find employment opportunities that pay the bills and help fight the climate crisis? What can I do today to make progress toward a new job?
Trish’s expertise caught the eye of Degrees podcast host Yesh Pavlik Slenk from EDF+Business, the corporate engagement arm of Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). Degrees, a thought-provoking and inspirational new podcast series, is meant for students, young professionals, and anyone who wants to use their job to make a difference in the world. It features interviews with today’s leading changemakers who are using their careers to drive climate action – and who are earning paychecks with purpose.
Excerpt: “We’re building a sense of community where thought-provoking and passionate guests share challenges, pain points and successes, and where listeners are gaining often much-needed inspiration,” says Pavlik Slenk.
“Trish, who is also an award-winning graduate of our Climate Corps® program, gives our listeners useful insights, shares best practices, and offers tips and tricks for finding a planet-saving career,” she added. “Plus, Sustainable Career Pathways is a resource that we want all Degrees listeners to know about!”
Check out Trish’s Degrees episode here, and subscribe to EDF’s Degrees podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Spotify.
Trish Kenlon (MBA '10) Shares Her Climate Careers Know-How on the Degrees Podcast
Monday, January 11, 2021