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MA Clean Energy Internship Program
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Program is currently accepting applications for the next session.
Students and companies interested in getting involved in future sessions of this program should visit masscec.com for additional info and announcements, including internship program info for students and info for employers.
Since its inception in 2011, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Program has placed thousands of students and recent graduates at clean energy companies across the Commonwealth, with hundreds of those interns going on to receive full-time job opportunities at their host companies.
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship 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
The White House recently announced a new program designed to help train more Americans for careers in the rapidly expanding solar workforce. The $2.1 million program is known as the Solar Training Network Read more…
Winners of the 22nd Annual Energy and Environment (EEA) Secretary’s Award for Excellence in Energy and Environmental Education were honored recently at a packed ceremony at the Massachusetts Statehouse, held on May 2. These awards, and the small cash prizes for schools that accompany them, are given to Bay State teachers and students for outstanding educational programs. Read more…
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is accepting applications for the second pilot round of the Successful Women in Clean Energy Program. This program funds training programs that prepare low- and moderate-income, incumbent, unemployed, underemployed and/or dislocated adult workers for sales positions in the clean energy industry. Read more…
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