The time is now. Join the clean energy workforce.

The clean energy industry is constantly growing and employs workers from a host of different fields – including business, computer science and engineering. The 2020 Massachusetts Clean Energy Industry Report shows an 86% increase in clean energy jobs since 2010. 

If you’re interested in pursuing a career in clean energy, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) offers a variety of resources to help you find the job you’re looking for. However, MassCEC is not the only resource available. Other organizations, such as the U.S. Department of Energy, the Massachusetts Workforce Alliance and Northeast Sustainable Energy Association, offer a range of programs to help on your path to a clean energy career. 

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Massachusetts Workforce Alliance

The Massachusetts Workforce Alliance is an organization dedicated to providing low-income Massachusetts residents with the education and training they need to secure the job they want.

U.S. Department of Energy Education Homepage

The U.S. Department of Energy offers a one-stop resource for anyone interested in clean energy employment. Explore career options, find jobs or internships, locate training opportunities and more. 

NESEA Green Jobs Board

The Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) provides a Green Jobs Board for those looking for employment in the fields of renewable energy, sustainability and/or green building. 

Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership

The Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership (MAEEP) provides technical training and education to those interested in the field of energy efficiency. 

U.S. Green Building Council

Members of the U.S. Green Building Council receive access to education and resources to excel as a worker in sustainability and green buildings. 

New England Women in Energy & Environment

If your organization is a member of the New England Women in Energy & Environment (NEWIEE), you can post employment opportunities in the site's "Members Area."