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View Resource Science and Technical Considerations for Wind Farm Siting

Our goal was to create high school and community college curriculum relating to technical and scientific considerations for siting wind farms. We have created a program, consisting of modules, which...

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View Resource Truck Technician

You can follow your dream. You can have a solid, secure, stimulating career -- and make good money -- as a medium/heavy duty truck technician. "America's goods move by truck," and America's trucks...

http://www.natef.org/career/truck.cfm
View Resource Parts Specialist

You can bring all your interests together as a parts specialist. You can have a solid, fast-paced, stimulating career... and make good money too. U.S. vehicle owners spend nearly $150 billion each...

http://www.natef.org/career/parts.cfm
View Resource Program Framework and Collaboration Sustainable Energy from High School to Community College

2008 presentation created as an instructional material project during ATEEC/NREL's Sustainable Energy Education and Training (SEET) Workshop for high school and community college energy technology...

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View Resource Preserving Air Quality & Energy Efficiency in Building Operations: A New Paradigm for Technician Education

2008 presentation on the energy efficiency industry, workforce development challenges, and Laney College's application of new energy efficient building technologies, given at NREL by Peter Crabtree...

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