WASHINGTON — An official with the U.S. Department of Labor Wednesday urged community college leaders to steer students to an online career tool the department created earlier this year.
Speaking at a policy briefing hosted by Jobs for the Future, Gerri Fiala, the department’s deputy assi…
Key people working on Advanced Technological Education (ATE) projects across the country participated in the conference focusing on the critical issues related to advanced technological education in high schools and community colleges. Conference attendees represented community colleges, business a…
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Oct 20 and Nov 17 – Webinar: Green Credentials
October 20 at 2:00pm Eastern
Green Credentials – Examing diverse certifications and other credentials and their role in facilitating green career pathways for lower-skilled adults and others. This webinar will feature three national crede…
There’s a lot of energy coming from the new Eastern Iowa Community Colleges Advanced Technology Environmental Education Center (ATEEC) and its Interactive Learning Lab.
That’s because the lab is devoted to teaching energy in all its many forms. It comes complete with interactive displays designe…
The Advanced Technology Environmental Education Center (ATEEC) at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges and AgrowKnowledge at Kirkwood Community College collaborated on a project.
to offer students and faculty agriculture-based renewable energy and sustainable energy research experiences at the Dalum Co…
DSIRE Solar provides comprehensive information on state, local, utility, and federal incentives and policies that promote solar energy.
Funded by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Energy Technologies Program, DSIRE Solar provides solar-specific policy information to consumers, policy make…
How the United States uses energy and why innovation in clean technology is key to ‘Winning the Future’.
Developers of the giant Blythe Solar Power Project in California have switched from solar thermal technology to photovoltaic solar panels, one of a string of similar changes at large-scale solar projects.
Solar Millennium today said that the first 500-megawatt phase of the Blythe plant will use pho…