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Join the ISSP Greater NYC Chapter for a sustainability professional workshop.  Maureen Hart, Executive Director of the International Society of Sustainability Professionals, is offering a comprehensive session on the ISSP Sustainability Professional Certification - what it is, how it works, what it will do for you and what is required.

Sustainability Certification:  Is it Right For You?  What Does it Mean for the Profession?

Thursday, June 23rd, 2016 from 8:00am – 10:00am 
New York City Bar Association, 
42 West 44th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), New York, NY

Join us for an interactive workshop and networking event with sustainability professionals!
Coffee & tea will be provided.

Maureen Hart, ISSP’s Executive Director, leads us through a comprehensive session on certification requirements, including small group discussions on how sustainability certification impacts the individual professional, an organization, a local environmental community and the global sustainability sector. Breakout groups will review sample certification exam questions and be able to discuss different perspectives on the answers. This is an opportunity to  learn what it takes to become a certified sustainability professional and to network with both established and emerging colleagues. If you are considering becoming a certified sustainability professional, this workshop is the perfect opportunity to learn more and to prepare for the application process and the exam!

Maureen Hart is the Executive Director of the International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP), the world's leading professional association of sustainability professionals. ISSP works to make sustainability standard practice through empowering professionals to advance sustainability in organizations and communities around the globe. ISSP improves the skills of sustainability practitioners through education, knowledge sharing and research.  With more than 20 years in the field of sustainability, Hart brings a wealth of experience to her position as ISSP's Executive Director. She is an expert in sustainability indicators and author of the Guide to Sustainable Community Indicators.  Prior to taking on the leadership of ISSP, she was founder and owner of Sustainable Measures where she assisted a wide variety of large and small for profit and not-for-profit organizations understand and develop more sustainable practices. 


Ticket Information

Current ISSP Professional and Student Members:
        Early Registration through 6/20:  $10
        After 6/20:  $50 
        Early Registration through 6/20:  $60
        After 6/20:  $100

New Member Special with Event registration:
Special price through 6/23 for event AND ISSP annual membership:
               Professional:  $125
               Student:  $75

New Member Special without Event registration:
If you are unable to attend, but want to be a member of ISSP and the NYC Chapter, click here for a special 33% discounted price (Professional: $100/Student: $50) for ISSP annual membership.  Available through 6/23.

For more infomation on this event and the ISSP Greater NYC Chapter, contact Mark Wolf,, 917-608-0348

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Please note that the event will take place in U.S. Eastern Time (ET), starting at 8am
June 23, 2016 8:00 AM   through   10:00 AM PT
42 West 44th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues)
New York City Bar Association, Hughes Room
New York, NY 10036
United States
ISSP Professional and Student Members $ 50.00
Non Members - event only $ 100.00
Non-Member - includes event + ISSP Professional Membership $ 125.00
Non-Member - includes event + ISSP Student Membership $ 75.00
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