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Veterans Leadership Award to Be Named in Honor of Tom Kuhn

CEWD’s Board of Directors announced the newest Impact Award recognizing excellence in recruiting, hiring, and retaining veterans will be named the Tom Kuhn Veterans Leadership Award, in honor of Tom’s commitment to industry veterans, the Troops to Energy Jobs program, and CEWD. The first recipient will be named at this year’s Workforce Development Summit.

CEWD’s Kristie Kelley Named to Advance CTE Cluster

Congratulations to CEWD’s Kristie Kelley for being appointed to Advance CTE’s new Industry Advisory Group that will evaluate the role for energy and natural resources in the National Career Clusters Framework. The industry will be well served by the team’s leadership.

Missy Henriksen to Offer Energy Workforce Insights to DOE

Missy Henriksen has been appointed to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s 21st Century Energy Workforce Advisory Board and the Electricity Advisory Council. She is eager to support the Administration’s focus on the industry’s workforce needs.


CEWD and State Energy Workforce Consortia Selected to Participate in Quality Green Jobs Regional Challenge

CEWD is proud to be selected as one of 20 organizations that will partner with Jobs for the Future and the Ares Charitable Foundation in the Quality Green Jobs Regional Challenge as part of an initiative by Climate-Resilient Employees for a Sustainable Tomorrow (CREST), a career preparation and reskilling initiative of the Ares Foundation, which is addressing climate risk and equity to build a green, resilient, and inclusive economy for all.

Veteran Testimonial Videos

Hear from veterans about their experience in the energy field. From peer mentors to Employee Resource Groups to a national organization that unites all veterans in energy, our industry’s business leaders are eager to attract, train, and retain veterans.

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