Four things CEWD members
are doing to improve DE&I.
How To Guide for
Virtual Career Fairs
Learning how to navigate today’s
new meeting platforms.
To honor excellence by individuals, companies, and consortia
for their leadership of workforce development initiatives.
Calling all interns to help CEWD
and socialize the energy industry.
CEWD is a non-profit consortium of electric, natural gas, and nuclear utilities and their associations. More than 120 utilities, organizations, and unions are working in partnership and engaging educational institutions and government entities to ensure the energy industry is poised to recruit and retain the best and brightest talent.
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Workforce Planning & Corporate Strategy
Five ways to include workforce planning in corporate strategy sessions and why you should.
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CEWD BOARD OF DIRECTORS ISSUES STATEMENT AGAINST RACISM
The Center for Energy Workforce Development stands with energy sector businesses against injustice, racism, and discrimination. We recognize the need to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace to ensure our companies better represent the communities and customers we serve.