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A guide to green careers at Learn How To Become
http://www.learnhowtobecome.org/green-careers/
A comprehensive guide to the many fields under the green-careers umbrella, including what fields are there, trends, best places for pursuing a career, internships, schools, and scholarships.
Boots on the Roof Training for the Solar Energy Industry
http://www.bootsontheroof.com/
NABCEP and other certification courses for those interested in careers installing solar technologies. Boots on the Roof is a special new division of Unitek, a school for professional training in Fremont, California.
Career Voyages - Energy
http://www.careervoyages.gov/energy-main.cfm
US Govt. site helps you explore jobs in energy, among other fields.
Careers in Renewable Energy
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/education/printable_versions/careers_renewable_energy.html
The Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy office of the US Department of Energy provides this guide to renewable energy careers, also in PDF form with photos.
Careers--American Nuclear Society
http://www.ans.org/pi/np/careers
Information about nuclear careers and scholarships
Consortium for Education in Renewable Energy Technology
http://ceret.us/
A group of schools offering technical certificates in renewable energy technologies, with support of several corporations, organizations, and government agencies, based on NSF-funded research.
DOE Pre-Service Teacher Training
http://www.nrel.gov/education/pst.html
Become a real energy-teacher! Work with the mentorship of a scientist or engineer before you start teaching.
Employ Florida - Banner Center - Energy
http://bannercenterforenergy.com/
A well-connected energy career and training site hosted by Indian River College in Florida.
Green Jobs Ready .com
http://www.greenjobsready.com/
Aggregated listings of job offers in renewable energy and related fields, international.
Grupo Fenix
http://www.grupofenix.org/
This technological and social program in Nicaragua studies solar and other renewable energy, developing the manufacturing, training, and use of various solar technologies for the local community and for internatinal education. The group has created a model community in Totogalpa, Nicaragua that develops appropriate technology and offers international workshops.
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
http://www.ibew.org/
Union of electrical workers.
Job Opportunities
http://www.secinc.com/job_opportunities.htm
SEED—Sustainability Education and Economic Development
http://www.theseedcenter.org/
The SEED Center is a leadership initiative, resources center, and online sharing environment for community colleges to ramp up programs for America's workforce and build the green economy. Resources for education in solar, wind, green building, energy efficiency, and sustainability. Supported by the American Association of Community Colleges, with hundreds of member colleges.
SustainabilityDegrees.com
http://sustainabilitydegrees.com
SustainabilityDegrees.com includes a list of college programs in sustainability, a guide to careers, and a guide for college students interested in activism for sustainability.
The EnergyCentralJobs.com network
http://www.energycentraljobs.com/
Find out what kinds of careers there are out there for knowledgeable applicants. This is where you get Homer Simpson's Job or even Montgomery Burns'. A jobs board with many North American electric utilities, power plants, and grid operators.
US Bureau of Labor and Statistics Career Info
http://www.bls.gov/k12/
A web site for youth, explaining details of careers like electrical engineers, electricians, builders, linking them to common pre-college subjects like math and social studies.
Women of Wind Energy
http://womenofwindenergy.org/
From their web site:Women of Wind Energy promotes the education, professional development, and advancement of women to achieve a strong, diversified workforce and support a robust renewable energy economy.
Women's Energy Network
https://www.womensenergynetwork.org
The Women's Energy Network is an organization helps educate and support women in the energy industry. WEN has thousands of members in several regions in the U.S. WEN is part of the team that runs the annual Young Women Energized, a conference held to encourage young women and girls to enter the industry of energy.