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The Collegiate Wind Competition aims to prepare students from multiple disciplines to enter the wind energy workforce by providing real-world experience. To help these teams understand wind energy and prepare a competitive proposal, the organizing team provides resources to the students to get them started.

Learn more about the program and check out some of the introductory materials provided to teams as they start to understand the wind industry. You can also hear directly from the students on what they’ve learned from competing and learn the fundamentals of wind energy for yourself.

 

Collegiate Wind Competition Wind Energy Basics

Understand the fundamentals of wind energy and find out what information participants need to know to do well in the Collegiate Wind Competition.

CWC Wind Energy Basics

Collegiate Wind Competition 2019 Technical Challenge

Students reflect on their experiences, summarize the competition, and display the unique skills they have developed at the Collegiate Wind Competition 2019 Technical Challenge.

Collegiate Wind Competition 2019 Technical Challenge

Collegiate Wind Competition 2021

Learn more about competing in the Collegiate Wind Competition 2021.

Collegiate Wind Competition 2021

Wind Energy Careers: Turbine Engineering/OEMs

Nicole Mendoza and Heidi Tinnesand of NREL and Matthew Dudon of GE discuss tips for finding a job with an original equipment manufacturer.

Careers in Wind: Turbine Engineering/OEMs

Wind Energy Careers: Project Development

Toby Butterfield and Garrett Parker discuss tips for finding a job in wind project development.

Careers in Wind: Project Development

Wind Energy Careers: Plant Construction

Santiago Bermudez and Thea Daguison of Mortenson discuss tips for finding a job in wind energy plant construction.

Careers in Wind: Plant Construction