The New England Clean Energy Careers Training & Education Directory aims to connect energy efficiency and renewable energy industry professionals, job seekers, and students with education and training opportunities throughout the region.
CLEAN ENERGY WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT IN NEW ENGLAND
MassCEC Launches 2014 Clean Energy Fall Internship Program
Aug 2014—UPDATE! The fall session of MassCEC’s 2014 Massachusetts Clean Energy Center Internship Program begins on Aug 19, 2014. Additional information, including application materials for interested students and host companies, is available at www.masscec.com/intern.
New England states rank high in Annual Cleantech Leadership Index
July 2014—According to the recently released 2014 Clean Tech Leadership Index, three New England states—Massachusetts (2nd), Vermont (9th), and Connecticut (10th)—are among the nation’s top ten cleantech leaders. Read more at NECEC’s blog
2014 Vermont Renewable Energy Conference & Expo
The 2014 Vermont Renewable Energy Conference & Expo, scheduled for October 16 & 17, highlights current energy challenges, Vermont’s leadership role in the energy industry, and moving towards an integrated energy infrastructure addressing power, heating and transportation needs. To learn more and to register, visit www.revconference.org.
Vermont Clean Energy 2014 Industry Report Released
June 2014—The Vermont Clean Energy Development Fund has released this first-of-its-kind report describing the status of Vermont’s clean energy industry. The report indicates that “with a robust set of educational institutions including the University of Vermont and the members of Vermont State College system, the state is well positioned to offer technical education to the clean energy workforce of the future.” Read the full report
Governor Patrick Proclaims Oct 14-20 “Careers in Energy Week” in Massachusetts
Oct 15, 2013—Governor Deval Patrick issued a proclamation designating this week as “Careers in Energy Week,” encouraging MA residents to consider careers in the Commonwealth’s growing energy-related industries. Energy-related industries across the state provide careers to tens of thousands of residents ranging from line workers to engineers, customer service representatives to accountants, chemists to environmentalists, power plant operators to solar installers and manufacturers.
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