The New England Clean Energy Careers Training & Education Directory is a free resource helping to connect energy efficiency and renewable energy industry professionals, job seekers, and students with education and training opportunities throughout the region.
MA Clean Energy Internship Program
Oct 2015—The Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Program is in the midst of another fall season, launched on the heels of a summer that saw the program’s biggest class ever. This past summer, 247 paid interns worked on challenging assignments at 152 different clean energy employers. See more stats about the Class of 2015.
To participate in the program, students and recent graduates must attend (or have attended) a MA college or university, or be a MA resident who attended an out-of-state college or university. Ph. D. candidates are not eligible to participate in this program.
If you would like to get involved in an upcoming session, visit masscec.com for additional information and announcements.
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Opportunity Program is a nationally recognized, award-winning workforce development initiative offered by MassCEC and the Northeast Clean Energy Council (NECEC). The program focuses on enhancing the talent pipeline for Massachusetts companies engaged in the clean energy industry, and provides paid internship opportunities for college students and recent graduates at Massachusetts-based clean energy companies. Since 2011, the program has placed over 1,000 students and recent graduates in internships at hundreds of clean energy companies across the state. Following their internship, many participants have gained full-time or part-time employment at their host companies. Learn more.
Clean Energy Workforce Development in New England
Oct 2015—the recent 2015 Massachusetts Green Careers Conference was a tremendous success, and brought together participants from various areas, including government, education, business, grassroots organizations, and green-career-ready candidates, for a day of learning and career development. But if you missed this year’s event, you can still benefit. Read more…
Vermont’s Public Service Department, in conjunction with the Clean Energy Development Fund, recently released Vermont Clean Energy: 2015 Industry Report. The report documents an increase in clean energy jobs in Vermont, including a 6.2% rate of employment growth in the clean energy sector between the first quarters of 2014 and 2015, compared to a statewide average of 1.8%. Read more…
Oct 2015—As part of our ongoing efforts to foster the development of tools that support the needs of educators and employers alike, we’d like to share some new resources focused on maximizing the value of paid internships as an engagement tool. Read more…
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