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Thursday, December 10th from 11:00am – 1:00pm
Friday, December 11th from 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Tuesday, December 15th from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

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Upcoming and previous events

HBCU CEI – NASEO

May 2021

If you missed the two-day session on Creating a More Diverse and Inclusive Workforce Eliminating – Barriers and Creating Opportunities to Enter Energy and STEM Careers through Innovative State-Academic Partnerships, click here to view the recorded webinar.

This virtual event was sponsored by NASEO – National Association of State Energy Officials in partnership with the HBCU COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ACTION COALITION. The sessions were insightful and included guest panelists representing government, education, private sector experts as well as researchers, and academicians.

HBCU CEI – NASEO

May 2021

Did you know that women in the US energy workforce are less likely than men to report experiencing a sense of workplace belonging and recognition for their accomplishments compared to men?
NASEO is proud to have partnered with the #HBCU Community Development Action Coalition and BW Research Partnership to release a seminal report on workforce diversity, access, and inclusion in the U.S. energy workforce.

You can access the entire report HERE.

HBCU CEI – NASEO

May 13-14, 2021

Eliminating Barriers and Creating Opportunities to Enter Energy and STEM Careers through Innovative State-Academic Partnerships.

Please CLICK HERE to view the full agenda.

Complete HBCU/CEI Survey HERE.

HBCU CEI Co-hosted

November 2020

HBCU Clean Energy Initiative Virtual Career Fair

November 2020 – Careers in Energy Virtual Information/ Rocky Mountain Institute(RMI).

HBCU CEI

August 2020

Solar in Your Community

August 19, 2020, from HBCU Community Development Coalition (HBCU-CDAC) in partnership with the NAACP, Grid Alternatives and the Solar Energy Industries Association, Maryland and Virginia Chapter, hosted a virtual convening called Solar in Your Community. New opportunities were announced including qualifying for free solar installations, installation partnership opportunities for solar installation companies, job training opportunities for job seekers and internship and entry-level opportunities for students and recent HBCU graduates.

 

HBCU CEI Sponsored

April 2019

SUNO Campus Recycling Program

SUNO Campus Recycling Program”. The launch of the recycling project was held on “Earth Day, April 22, 2019. The event included music, food and local community leaders, the Student Senate President and members of the SUNO Court spoke to the students about the importance of recycling as well as clean energy to our HBCU communities

HBCU CEI

October 2018

The Roundtable

A “Clean Energy Roundtable” was held on October 8, 2018. The Regional Roundtable was held on the Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO) campus at the Technology Center. The Roundtable was well attended. There were over 50 individuals in attendance. Students from Southern University at Shreveport (SUSLA) were in attendance as well as Deans, Directors and Faculty of SUSLA.

 

 

HBCU/CEI - NASEO

Creating a More Diverse and Inclusive Workforce (Recorded Webinar)

If you missed the two-day session on Creating a More Diverse and Inclusive Workforce Eliminating - Barriers and Creating Opportunities to Enter Energy and STEM Careers through Innovative State-Academic Partnerships, click here to view the recorded webinar.


This virtual event was sponsored by NASEO - National Association of State Energy Officials in partnership with the HBCU COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ACTION COALITION. The sessions were insightful and included guest panelists representing government, education, private sector experts as well as researchers, and academicians.

May 2021

HBCU/CEI - NASEO

Research Study - Diversity, access, and inclusion in the U.S. energy workforce

Did you know that women in the US energy workforce are less likely than men to report experiencing a sense of workplace belonging and recognition for their accomplishments compared to men?
NASEO is proud to have partnered with the #HBCU Community Development Action Coalition and BW Research Partnership to release a seminal report on workforce diversity, access, and inclusion in the U.S. energy workforce.


You can access the entire report HERE .

May 2021

HBCU/CEI - NASEO

Creating a More Diverse and Inclusive Workforce

Eliminating Barriers and Creating Opportunities to Enter Energy and STEM Careers through Innovative State-Academic Partnerships. Please CLICK HERE to view the full agenda. Complete HBCU/CEI Survey HERE.

May 13-14, 2021

Virtual

HBCU/CEI

A Report on Analysis of Workforce Wages, Benefits and Transitions in the U.S. Energy Sector

Register now

The National Association of State Energy Officials, Energy Futures Initiative, and BW Research Partnership invite you to a presentation of key data findings from Wages, Benefits and Change: A Supplemental Report to the U.S. Energy and Employment Report, an analysis of workforce wages, benefits, and transitions in the U.S. energy sector. Hear from energy, climate, and economic policy experts on the potential role of energy careers in just transitions and job creation, as a new Administration, states across the country, and the private sector address challenges and opportunities emerging from the transition to low and carbon free energy and economic recovery. Click on title to register for event at 10:00 PST April 6, 2021.

April 6, 2021

HBCU CEI Co-hosted

HBCU Clean Energy Initiative Virtual Career Fair

November 2020 - Careers in Energy Virtual Information with Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI).

November 2020

HBCU CEI

Solar in Your Community

August 19, 2020, from HBCU Community Development Coalition (HBCU-CDAC) in partnership with the NAACP, Grid Alternatives and the Solar Energy Industries Association, Maryland and Virginia Chapter, hosted a virtual convening called Solar in Your Community. New opportunities were announced including qualifying for free solar installations, installation partnership opportunities for solar installation companies, job training opportunities for job seekers and internship and entry-level opportunities for students and recent HBCU graduates.

August 2020

HBCU CEI sponsored

SUNO Campus Recycling Program

SUNO Campus Recycling Program”. The launch of the recycling project was held on “Earth Day, April 22, 2019. The event included music, food and local community leaders, the Student Senate President and members of the SUNO Court spoke to the students about the importance of recycling as well as clean energy to our HBCU communities.

April 2019

HBCU CEI

The Roundtable

A “Clean Energy Roundtable” was held on October 8, 2018. The Regional Roundtable was held on the Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO) campus at the Technology Center. The Roundtable was well attended. There were over 50 individuals in attendance. Students from Southern University at Shreveport (SUSLA) were in attendance as well as Deans, Directors and Faculty of SUSLA.

October 2018

Latest News

Clean Energy Jobs are the Future

Clean Energy Jobs are the Future

Almost 13 million people are out of work due to COVID-19, and the wealth gap continues to increase. Those are just two of the grim realities that President-elect Joe Biden will need to tackle.

The HBCU Clean Energy Initiative Virtual Career Fair November 18th, 2020

The HBCU Clean Energy Initiative Virtual Career Fair November 18th, 2020

The HBCU Clean Energy Initiative is pleased to partner with the Rocky Mountain Institute to offer Careers In Energy, an Information Session to discuss partnership, internship, and career opportunities at the Rocky Mountain Institute.

Bryan Patterson

Bryan Patterson

Bryan Patterson serves as an Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies, Philosophy and Religion and Chair of Public Leadership Studies Program at Johnson C. Smith University.  His areas of expertise and study includes individual and

April 6, 2021

Key data findings from Wages, Benefits and Change

The National Association of State Energy Officials, Energy Futures Initiative, and BW Research Partnership invite you to a presentation of key data findings from Wages, Benefits and Change: A Supplemental Report to the U.S. Energy and Employment Report, an analysis of workforce wages, benefits, and transitions in the U.S. energy sector. Hear from energy, climate, and economic policy experts on the potential role of energy careers in just transitions and job creation, as a new Administration, states across the country, and the private sector address challenges and opportunities emerging from the transition to low and carbon free energy and economic recovery.

April 6, 2021

HBCU CEI Co-hosted

HBCU Clean Energy Initiative Virtual Career Fair

November 2020 - Careers in Energy Virtual Information with Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI).

November 2020

HBCU CEI

Solar in Your Community

August 19, 2020, from HBCU Community Development Coalition (HBCU-CDAC) in partnership with the NAACP, Grid Alternatives and the Solar Energy Industries Association, Maryland and Virginia Chapter, hosted a virtual convening called Solar in Your Community. New opportunities were announced including qualifying for free solar installations, installation partnership opportunities for solar installation companies, job training opportunities for job seekers and internship and entry-level opportunities for students and recent HBCU graduates.

August 2020

HBCU CEI sponsored

SUNO Campus Recycling Program

SUNO Campus Recycling Program”. The launch of the recycling project was held on “Earth Day, April 22, 2019. The event included music, food and local community leaders, the Student Senate President and members of the SUNO Court spoke to the students about the importance of recycling as well as clean energy to our HBCU communities.

April 2019

HBCU CEI

The Roundtable

A “Clean Energy Roundtable” was held on October 8, 2018. The Regional Roundtable was held on the Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO) campus at the Technology Center. The Roundtable was well attended. There were over 50 individuals in attendance. Students from Southern University at Shreveport (SUSLA) were in attendance as well as Deans, Directors and Faculty of SUSLA.

October 2018

Two-Day Virtual Event

Creating a More Diverse and Inclusive Workforce

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May 13th and 14th 2021

Virtual