Carol McClelland, PhD - Green Career Expert

In the News


Carol has been interviewed in a wide variety of publications as well as in television and radio.   Below are venues that have featured Carol’s expertise.

Carol McClelland

Television Interviews


Plant Green's Focus Earth with Bob Woodruff
Going Green to Make Green, January 2009
Jobs of the Future: Finding Your Green Niche


You're Hired! with Steven Piazzale, PhD
Green Careers, October 2009
Interviews: Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3


View From the Bay - February 3, 2010
7 Tips to Finding the Right Green Job

Green Careers - SEPTA Sequence
October 2009

Green Careers - SEPTA Sequence from primitiveworld on Vimeo.


Radio Appearances


Green Numbers Radio:  Ask the Expert
with Robert Linton - May 13, 2010

>Green Careers: Finding a Green Job

>Green Careers:  Three Strategies to Enter the Green Economy


Marty Nemko's Career Show
Cross Currents from KALW News
San Francisco, CA




CBS Radio

Pittsburgh, PA



WBAP News/Talk 820

Dallas, TX



The Wayne and Jayne Show
with Wayne Kelly

KBS Radio - Canada




Articles and Interviews in Print


Monster - Hot Jobs
Training for Green Jobs: Useful Certificates, Licenses, and Degrees

by Carol Tice,
August 2010


The Bronx Beat

Bronx Seeks to Secure Green Jobs From City

by Venessa Wong
March 14, 2009


Common Ground
Get Your Dream Green Job

by E.B. Boyd
April 2009

Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal
Gearing Up for a Green Work Force

by Lisa Sibley
February 20, 2009

US News & World Report (Money/Careers)
The Truth About All Those Green Jobs
by Liz Wolgemuth
March 25, 2009

The Almanac
The Growing Green Economy

by Megan Rawlins
March 12, 2008


Career Change Articles


Chicago Tribune
Rising Above Drudgery

by Nancy Henderson Wurst
October 24, 2001

Chicago Tribune
Do Some Soul-Searching Before Switching Jobs

by Carolyn Bigda
Dream Careers for a Real Life

by Joyce Lain Kenney
April 30, 2006

Twin Cities Pioneer Press
Tips for Graduating into the Work Force

by Amy Lindgren

Palo Alto Weekly
Life, Part Two - Baby Boomers Looking Forward to Work, Not Leisure, in Golden Years

by Suman Mudamula
November 2005