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Today’s youth are seeking rewarding careers that help us move towards more sustainable lifestyles and greener economies. This interactive online quiz helps youth match their personality with an array of green jobs opportunities. Take advantage of a one-time free trial and review the quiz at www.plt.org/greenjobsquiz.
If you’d like to administer this quiz to your students, you can get 30 student quiz access codes for just $2.99. You’ll assign each student a unique code and direct them to a different portal www.plt.org/mygreenjob. Once completed, the students’ quiz results are displayed to them instantly online, along with Career Facts and interactive features to learn more about skills they’ll need for specific jobs. You’ll also get access to a dashboard to see each student’s results to help them explore a rewarding career path that fits their passions and personality.
Note: we do not ask for any student information and we will not communicate with your students. The codes you assign to each student will be known only to you.
The Green Jobs quiz is perfect for youth ages 12-25 looking to learn about jobs in sustainability, forestry, and conservation. Youth might be surprised at the range of green career opportunities. There is a wide array of jobs related to forests, for example, offering opportunities for people with diverse backgrounds, skills, interest areas, and personal qualities. A few of these are profiled below.
Help your students find their ideal green job! Purchase access codes for this online quiz for your students and let them discover how their personality fits into the world of conservation and green forest jobs.
This quiz is one component of Project Learning Tree’s Green Jobs: Exploring Forest Careers initiative, designed for adults working with youth, to help youth ages 12-25 explore green careers in forestry and conservation.
Here's what a few teachers have said about the quiz:
“I think students sometimes think too small. They have no clue to the various options that are out there! Heck, I had no idea of such a range of ‘green’ jobs available. It was an eye opener for sure.” -- Dr. Vivian Smith, secondary science teacher, Jackson, Mississippi
“Scouts and leaders were surprised with the amount and diversity of green jobs available to them and most were pleased, if not surprised, by the career choice given them.” -- Deb Zolynsky, secondary science teacher, Traverse City, Michigan