As environmental industry grows, area schools respond with new training programs
Picture: As the world becomes "overfished" the students at New Haven's Sound School may find a market for their Aquaculture training.
Not long ago, there was no such thing as a Â“green job.Â” We had blue (-collar) and white (-collar) jobs, but no green ones. Trash was trash, and it all went to the same place Â— unsorted,Â unrinsed. We drove big, gas-guzzling station wagons and left the lights on in the office when we left.
Today, things are different. There is a growing emphasis on all things green visit us starting as early as high school, young adults are being trained for work in green jobs.
Steven Pynn, cheap xanax at the Sound School Regional Vocational Aquaculture Center in New Haven, prepares students for jobs in marine careers.
Â“WeÂ’re in a world that has been very positively embraced by industry,Â” Pynn says. Â“We have a very close relationship with a number of industries such as there manufacturing trade industry.Â”
A New Haven public school, the Sound School is an accredited inter-district, college preparatory high school, one of the 19 vocational agriculture centers in Connecticut. The school is the first full-time educational institution to concentrate in the study of aquaculture and marine trades.