The clean energy industry employs workers from a host of different fields and education levels – including the trades, business, computer science and engineering.
Clean energy jobs include:
- Data Analysts and Researchers
- Clean Energy Marketing, Sales & Operations Managers
- Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Technicians
- Energy Efficiency Assessors
- Accountants and Finance Specialists
- Offshore Wind Turbine Technicians
- High Performance Building Crew Chiefs
- Building Operations Managers
Work in a Paid Internship
Vocational Internship Program
The Vocational Internship Program (VIP) enhances the talent pipeline for Massachusetts clean energy companies and places skilled labor from vocational high schools in paid clean energy internships during the academic year.
Current college students and recent graduates are eligible to participate in MassCEC’s award-winning Clean Energy Internship Program. Paid internships at clean energy companies are offered year-round and are the quickest and easiest method to get your foot in the door of this rapidly-growing industry.
Work in a Full- or Part-Time Job
Looking for a full- or part-time job in the clean energy sector? You’ve come to the right place! Clean energy employers from across the state regularly post non-internship positions with us and are looking for candidates just like you to fill these crucial roles.
Cast a wider net and have companies search for you directly! Submit your details into our resume database today and have clean energy employers reach out to you for their open positions.
Training and Education
The New England Clean Energy Careers Training and Education Directory is a free resource that connects energy efficiency and renewable energy industry professionals, job seekers and students with specialized education and training opportunities throughout the region.
Other Resources for Students
NEWIEE Jobs Board
New England Women In Energy and the Environment (NEWIEE) curates a Jobs Board of career opportunities in the fields of energy and the environment.
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, or green building.
NECEC Jobs Board
Review the list of open positions on Northeast Clean Energy Council (NECEC)'s jobs page.
U.S. Department of Energy
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.
MAEEP Education and Training
The Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership (MAEEP) provides technical training and education to those interested in the field of energy efficiency.
USGBC Education and Credentialing
Members of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) receive access to education and resources to excel as a worker in sustainability and green buildings.