The Massachusetts clean energy industry is growing steadily, and your clean energy business is one of the reasons why. 

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Clean energy businesses include

  • Renewable Energy
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Demand Management
  • Clean, High-Efficiency Heating and Cooling
  • Advanced and Recycled Building Materials
  • Alternative Transportation
  • Grid Modernization

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Technical Trades Work and Learning Program

Our Technical Trades Work and Learning Program is a workforce development initiative that enhances the talent pipeline for Massachusetts clean energy companies and places skilled labor from vocational high schools, After Dark programs and CTI programs in paid clean energy internships during the academic year. MassCEC reimburses employers for the wages paid to the intern(s). It is the employer's responsibility to select eligible interns for their company.

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Clean Energy Internship Program

Take advantage of MassCEC’s award-winning Clean Energy Internship Program to find the talent you need at a rate you can afford. MassCEC reimburses host employers who hire clean energy interns through our program, so you can take on additional help for little to no cost.

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Jobs Board

Looking to fill a full- or part-time position? Get additional exposure by posting to our Clean Energy Jobs Board. Our Jobs Board is viewed by thousands of unique visitors each month, and we actively assist in promoting available clean energy and cleantech positions. 

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Resume Board

Be proactive and find prospective candidates for your open positions by browsing our Resume Board, a comprehensive database of qualified job seekers looking to work in the clean energy sector. Search candidates by technology, job type, location and more.

Other Options for Employers

ACEEE Jobs Board

Post a job opening for free on the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy's (ACEEE) website. 

NESEA Green Jobs Board

Register to become a member of the Northeast Sustainable Energy Alliance (NESEA) and post the available positions at your renewable energy or sustainability business on the NESEA Green Jobs Board.

NECEC Jobs Board

Register to become a member of the Northeast Clean Energy Council (NECEC) to be able to submit employment opportunities to NECEC's jobs page. 

NEWIEE Jobs Board

If your organization is a member of the New England Women in Energy & Environment (NEWIEE), you can post employment opportunities on their Jobs Board.