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High Priority Occupations for Meeting Massachusetts Climate Goals Informational Webinars

  • "Short Training & Low Experience Occupations (Carpenter, Crane & Tower Operator/Pile Driver, Insulation, Wind Turbine Technician, Hazardous Material Removal)" - View Recording + View Slides
  • "Longer Training & More Experience Occupations (Electrician, HVAC Installer, Sheet Metal Worker, Energy Auditor, Mechanical Engineer)" - View Recording + View Slides

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Workforce Equity Programs are guided by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s Workforce Development Board of Directors. The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center also has a Clean Energy and Workforce Development Equity Working Group. The Working Group informs MassCEC’s Workforce Development programs and offers informal, Workforce Development recommendations to MassCEC, including ways to make MassCEC programming align with the Massachusetts Clean Energy Climate Plan (CECP) 2030/2050 goals and equity objectives in the Act Creating A Next-Generation RoadMap. The Working Group includes clean energy workforce community and industry stakeholders who offer a broad range of relevant experiences and expertise, from the public, private and non-profit sectors across Massachusetts.

Workforce Equity Working Group Members:

  1. Ruth Georges, Eversource
  2. Kevin Rose, Local 1413 New Bedford (International Longshoremen’s Association)
  3. Abel Vargas, Valley Home Insulation (Lawrence), President
  4. Rouwenna Altemose, Co-Founder, All In Energy
  5. Rachel White, CEO, Byggmeister
  6. Sean Killiam. Director of Public Affairs, MassMEP
  7. David Queeley, Mystic River Watershed Association
  8. Greg King, Managing Director, TSK Energy Solutions
  9. Lisa Carchia, Massachusetts Association of Community Colleges
  10. Suzanne Domestico, Green Jobs Academy

 

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