17 Ideas for Recognizing, Hosting,
and Celebrating Careers in Energy
Helping Students Explore
The Future of their Community
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.
Southern Company Gas recognized the company could be more effective if it decided to wed Workforce Planning and Workforce Development – housing the two initiatives under one roof.
Opportunity for Self-Care
Let’s face it. It’s been a rough year. CEWD offered its members an opportunity to destress in final Summer Series Session of 2020.
News and Notes
HOW TO GUIDE FOR VIRTUAL CAREER FAIRS
Pushed by the pandemic, virtual career fairs become the new norm. Here are some lessons learned from three industry companies.
CEWD has created this new video that informs students that the energy industry offers rewarding jobs that help the environment and support local communities.
Check out CEWD’s latest video that helps veterans understand why so many vets have found their second career in the energy industry.
Check out the latest episodes to learn more about attracting and retaining top performers, workforce boards, and what Harvard Business School says about the future of work.
DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION
Energy companies are working to create a more welcoming and supportive environment for all. Here are four things CEWD member companies are doing to connect, engage, and create change.
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.