This category is for helping sustainability-oriented Clojure projects and programmers find each other, and collaborate fruitfully.
- The CSW: Companies category lists sustainability-oriented companies that work in Clojure.
- If you know some company which you think belongs here, please encourage them to introduce themselves! (by creating a topic here.) Even if they have no currently open position, having many companies listed here sends a positive signal that will help the community (and jobs market) thrive.
- Should a company fail to respond, you can also add it yourself, but we prefer companies to be introduced by people who work there.
- The CSW: Jobs category is for posting job offers from the above-mentioned companies. (If you’re interested, remember that you subscribe to notifications for this category.)
- Until more specialised categories are created, this category (Clojure Sustainability Works) can be used for general discussion (serious or casual ).
Clojure Sustainability Works is meant for programmers who want to work towards sustainability:
- by doing software development
- in Clojure
- as their day job
- in a sustainability-oriented company.
When aiming for impact, each of these 4 points is questionable. To any Clojurian striving for sustainability: we encourage you not to limit your search to this community.
To explore non-Clojure opportunities, you might want to look at:
- ClimateAction.tech, who themselves provide suggestions for Career Switching and Job Searches
- Job boards like ClimateBase and techjobsforgood.com
… and of course, aside from software engineering work, you might consider other career paths, volunteering, various flavors of political activism, teaching, writing, political office, Effective Altruism, etc.