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CEWD members represent 85% of the nation’s utility workers. By becoming a member of the Center for Energy Workforce Development, your organization shows its commitment to helping build a qualified, diverse workforce that is prepared for challenges of the evolving energy industry.

CEWD members include all types of energy companies (investor-owned, municipal, and electric cooperatives), their education (both secondary and postsecondary) and workforce partners, regional and local energy associations, and contractors and vendors.

Membership entitles organizations to a variety of benefits, including:

  • CEWD Workforce Survey: Gaps in the Energy Pipeline, which has collected data on the country’s skilled energy workforce since 2008
  • Toolkits to guide employers in attracting, training, hiring, and retaining targeted populations, including veterans, women, transitioning adults, youth, and individuals with disabilities
  • Get Into Energy career awareness website and material for all demographics and Education Pathways and best practices for critical utility jobs
  • Troops to Energy Jobs: An online career resource to help connect veterans with industry employers who are seeking to hire them
  • State Energy Workforce Consortia, representing 30 states to address workforce issues in the state
  • Annual meetings in each CEWD Region to showcase best practices and update members on CEWD services and tools
  • The CEWD Energy Industry Curriculum Center, offering best-in-class curriculum with teaching guides that provide industry-recognized certificates supporting each tier of the Competency Model

Find out all the benefits of membership in the CEWD Member Summary!

You may be interested to know that, because CEWD is a 501(c)(3), you may be able to fund your annual contribution through you company’s foundation or as a charitable contribution. More Information! 

"The information, resources, programs, templates, and more that CEWD provides are invaluable."
"CEWD has some of the best consultants out in the field that help the local consortia by not only the mentoring they do, but also with the resources they bring to the table."
"The amount of tools and resources available in one location is worth it."