In recognition of Careers in Energy Week, energy companies, educational institutions and energy-focused organizations across Illinois are collaborating on a variety of programs to educate students, families and businesses about how energy companies operate and contribute to the local economy, and the current and future career opportunities they can provide.The weeklong celebration is part of a nationwide effort by the Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD) to increase awareness of careers in the energy field. The CEWD is a non-profit consortium of electric, natural gas and nuclear utilities and their associations formed in 2006 to develop solutions to the coming utility industry workforce shortage. Through a partnership with the National Energy Foundation, CEWD is providing middle and high school teachers lesson plans and materials covering energy sources and how energy is generated for Careers in Education Week.
Exelon Celebrates “Careers In Energy Week” In Illinois With Events Focused On Working In The Energy Field
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