1. Community Building Workshop

Job decision that are sustainable for you and the planet

Join the 1st Community Building Workshop and get an insight into the topic of green jobs and how you can make job decisions that are sustainable for you and the planet!

4th October 2022,
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm CEST
(TURKEY 5:00pm – 6:30 pm)

Online via Zoom

For whom?
Young people, who are interested in sustainable jobs but unsure, if that fits their expectations

The workshop is going to be in English.
It is free of charge and no previous experience is necessary.
Just bring a good mood and motivation!

Sustainable jobs are relevant for the future and especially women can play a leading role in changing the world of work through green jobs! This workshop offers you the opportunity to talk to experts in the green job sector. By participating you will learn about jobs that not only help you and your future career, but also help the planet!

Are you interested?
REGISTER at the following link

After successful registration, you will receive the link to Zoom Entry shortly before the event.

Do you already have questions about the topic?
You can already add them to our Jamboard
Those questions are going to be answered by an expert in course of the workshop.


The project Women4Green aims at empowering young women for green economy jobs by providing them with general information about this job sector as well as exact information on potential educational parts. In course of this community, building workshops are taking place nationally as well as internationally. This should facilitate exchange between the young women who are interested in green jobs and people already working in the field. It should further on motivate them to take on a job in this field. The first international workshop acts as a starting point followed by national events in each partner country.


Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or OeAD-GmbH. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.