All MassCEC Programs

MassCEC offers a number of programs to help grow the clean energy industry in Massachusetts, with offerings helping residents, businesses, non-profits and government agencies finance the planning and implementation of clean energy projects. MassCEC programs also help clean energy businesses grow their operations in Massachusetts. Below is an alphabetical list of programs currently offered by MassCEC.

Green Workforce: Energy Efficiency

Green Workforce: Energy Efficiency is a program aimed at creating and supporting energy efficiency and sustainability job training programs to supply the growing sector.

Formerly known as MassGreen, the program has collaborated with industry, employers, nonprofits, and government agencies to develop and deliver clean energy training programs at community colleges across Massachusetts to trainees, contractors, construction tradespeople, entry level workers, unemployed and under-employed individuals and clean energy business entrepreneurs. 

Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Program

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Program helps prepare the next generation of clean energy workers by connecting students and recent graduates with Massachusetts companies in need of interns.

Pathways Out of Poverty

The Pathways Out of Poverty program provides grant funding for job training programs that help low- and moderate-income earners build careers in the clean energy sector and attain financial self-sufficiency.

Created by the 2009 Act Relative to Clean Energy, Pathways Out of Poverty provides funding for green collar job training offered by clean energy companies, community-based nonprofit groups, educational institutions and labor organizations throughout Massachusetts.

Workforce Capacity Building

MassCEC’s Workforce Capacity Building program provides funding for workforce training program enhancements, expansion or new program development activities that build the instructional capacity of staff, faculty, instructors, and expose students, non-traditional students and adults to clean energy concepts at higher education institutions, secondary and vocational technical high schools and community-based or non-profit organizations.