Increasing opportunities for community college and university students to learn about energy and ensuring the nation maintains a strong technical workforce are key goals of our Energy 101 initiative. Tomorrow, we kick off our first webinar in a series of Energy101 dialogues. Learn more about Energy 101 and find out how to register for the webinar, which focuses on teaching energy in the classroom.
More than 300 Energy Department activities and projects will be judged by reviewers from a variety of scientific backgrounds this week at the Vehicle Technologies Office and Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Program Annual Merit Review and Peer Evaluation Meeting in Washington, D.C., which is free of charge and open to the public.
National Clean Energy Business Plan Competition festivities kicked off today at the Cleantech Forum, where the finalists and runner-ups met with public and private sector stakeholders to learn about financial opportunities that will help them grow their businesses.
Veterans have specific skill sets that benefit the energy technical sector, and veterans’ high reliability and priority on safety make them desired hires in the energy sector. Energy jobs continue service for the country, increasing national security through energy independence and contributing to the American economy.