Looking for a job where you can make a difference? Have an interest in renewables and the latest technologies? A career in the energy efficiency or renewable energy field may be right for you. Use our links below to find educational programs and jobs - around the state and the nation.
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My Energy Gateway - a great way to get started. Initially funded by a contract with the U.S. DOE, the site is managed by the Association of Energy Services Professionals. In addition to listing educational and training options in a multitude of energy-related disciplines, you can find internships, sample job descriptions and salary ranges, plus links to financial aid and scholarships.
Solar Career Map - explore solar-energy occupations, median pay, skills, education, and experience. Designed to explore the industry rather than land a job, it provides good summary level information to guide a career in the solar industry.
Wind Career Map - EERE's Wind Career Map charts possible progression between wind energy occupations, describes training necessary, job profiles and skills needed.
EERE's Clean Energy Jobs - Provides links to jobs, internships, training and careers.
ACEEE (American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy) - Lists ACEEE jobs and internships, and employment opportunities with organizations across the US.
LinkedIn - In addition to searching for energy efficiency jobs, joining a group can have long term benefits.
American Wind Energy Association - lists wind energy related jobs in the US.
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