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We prepare youth and young adults with applicable skills
to obtain high-wage employment and the ability to
manage their own business enterprise.
(916) 224-1024
greentechedu7@gmail.com
Non-Profit Environmentalist of the Year 2014

Class Schedule

Come Join Us


Teaching Urban Farming & Aquaponics (TUFA) 
Tuesday and Saturday (Ongoing)
10:00 am - 1:00pm
4309 38th Street
Sacramento, CA 95820

Computer Programming & Solar Case Project

Saturdays (Ongoing Workshop) 
10am - 2:00pm

Tuesdays (Open Computer Lab) 
4:30pm - 7:30pm
Fruit Ridge Community Collaborative 
4625-44th Street
Sacramento, CA 95820

Business Entrepreneur Training
Monday-Thursday (Summer 2017)
10:00 - 12:00 noon
4625-44th Street
Sacramento, CA 95820

Life Skills & Employability
Monday-Thursday (Summer 2017)
10:00 - 12:00 noon
4625-44th Street
Sacramento, CA 95820

If you would like to make a tax-deductable contribution, simply click on the donate button or you may send a check or money order to Green Tech  at 1026 Florin Road #152, Sacramento, CA 95831. Your generous donation provides support for Green Tech students supplemental academic and career techincal education opportunities. 
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The Mission:

Classroom Instruction:

Green Tech is committed to job creation, career development, hard and soft  skills training and entrepreneurial opportunities in the clean energy economy. We develop sustainable communities with innovative economic development strategies. Our mission is to prepare "opportunity youth" with emerging green collar skills, introducing them to building design and construction trades, science, technology and engineering. Green Tech activities emphasize environmental protection to provide career opportunities for youth from low-income and disadvantaged communities. Green Tech develops workforce skills and improves overall health conditions by reducing human impact on the environment.

Green Tech instruction encompasses an overview of emerging principles within the following industries: manufacturing, construction trades, public utilities, transportation and careers that seek to reduce human impact on the environment. The course curriculum includes interactive studies, research, discussion, intensive vocabulary lessons and professional speakers. Green Tech obtains facility support from Cosumnes River College, the Sacramento County Office of Education, Hacker Lab – Sacramento and the Fruit Ridge Community Collaborative.

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