Key Recommendations for Cultivating a Diverse and Skilled Talent Pipeline for the Equitable Transition Webinar, 2/28
National Clean Energy Workforce Alliance: Key Recommendations for Cultivating a Diverse and Skilled Talent Pipeline for the Equitable Transition Webinar
February 28, 2-3:30 p.m. ET / 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. PT
The National Clean Energy Workforce Alliance is the sole forum uniting stakeholders across the United States’ clean energy economy to improve recruitment, education, and placement outcomes, and ensure that the clean energy transition is inclusive of diverse and underserved communities.
Since January 2022, the Alliance has convened more than 500 employers, education and training providers, organized labor, community-based and energy justice organizations, workforce program designers and funders, and policymakers. With the goal of defining actionable solutions to shared workforce challenges, the Alliance has collectively identified and shared challenges, best practices, resources, and key information through structured, results-oriented meetings.
Attend this webinar to hear the outcomes of the first year of the Alliance’s work as published in the February 2023 report, Key Recommendations for Cultivating a Diverse and Skilled Talent Pipeline for the Equitable Transition. The recommendations are intended to help funders, program designers, and those implementing workforce programs to focus resources where they will be most impactful—and most supportive of a just transition. The report is grounded in the assumption that the clean energy transition can and should be just, and integrates provisions to support development of a diverse and inclusive workforce.
The Alliance is led by the Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) and the National Council for Workforce Education (NCWE), with support from Bank of America.