Education

 

No matter what level your interest or current skills, there is a nearby energy-related training program for you. These programs are designed with industry partners, so you will learn what you really need to know in order to succeed. These programs prepare you for real jobs, and many instructors have deep connections within the industry.


The Connecticut Technical High School System (CTHSS) now offers “Green STEP” for high school students enrolled in the Construction Career trades. The CT Community Colleges offer various degrees and certificates in energy. Tunxis Community College offers the Applied Associate of Science Degree and stackable certificate programs in Energy Management. Gateway Community College offers an Associate of Science Degree in Public Utility Management. Eastern CT State University has 4-year degree programs in environmental technology and internships in energy and sustainability. Southern CT State University has plans for a BS degree in public utility management.