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CEWD Debuts
“People Powered”
Podcast Series

Join us for insightful discussions
with workforce development
thought-leaders

New Literature
Created to
Promote
the Profession

Share with prospective employees
to showcase industry-wide
career opportunities

INTERNSHIPS CONTINUE
VIRTUALLY
AMID COVID-19

Energy companies build relationships
with future employees

Helping
Schools
and Parents
with Remote
Learning

CEWD offers free
industry-focused resources
to educators

Virtual
Networking
Opportunities

Community groups debut
to spur real-time networking
and information sharing

ABOUT CEWD

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.

Articles

PARTNERSHIPS HELP FUEL
TALENT PIPELINE

Within energy companies, there are a growing number of collaborations

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
AND ENERGY CAREERS

Apprenticeship Program Coordinators help veterans find jobs in energy

SOUTHERN COMPANY
HIRES WEST POINT GRAD

Troops to Energy Jobs helps place veteran as nuclear engineer

News and Notes

Region Meetings

CEWD has made the decision to cancel all Region Meetings this year because of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). We are launching new platforms for information sharing and idea exchange to provide for virtual learning and networking opportunities.

While We Wait

While the world looks different right now, we are reminded of the strength, determination, and “can do” spirit that exists within us. CEWD proudly supports those who power and fuel America.

BECKY MEGGESIN AS INTERIM MIDWEST CONSULTANT

CEWD is pleased to announce Becky Meggesin will serve as the organization’s Interim Midwest Consultant for the next several months, supporting members and consortia within the region. Meggesin is currently serving as a consultant to CEWD’s West and Northwest regions.

USEER Report Underscores Hiring Challenges

The Energy Futures Initiative (EFI) and the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO) published the 2020 U.S. Energy & Employment Report (USEER) in March, which showed the U.S. Energy and Energy Efficiency sectors currently employ 6.8 million workers, and added 120,300 new jobs in 2019, over 7 percent of all newly created jobs nationwide.

New Guidance on Recruiting Veterans

DOL’s Veterans’ Employment and Training Service offers a new report on how to attract veterans to the workforce.

CEWD: Uniting and Leading the Industry’s Workforce Development Strategy

Check out these reminders of how CEWD is leading the industry’s workforce development efforts to build a skilled, diverse workforce pipeline.