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Teaching renewable energy at the community college or high school level?

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SOLAR TOOLKIT

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CAREER MAPS

Explore a diverse range of occupations in renewable energy.

Looking To Advance The Renewable Energy Education At Your College?​

CREATE has compiled Program Profiles that detail Renewable Energy education programs at community colleges across the U.S. These successful Renewable Energy programs can be used as models for other schools.

RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY
Wind turbine and solar panel with blue sky in the background
NEW for Fall 2020
WIND ENERGY
Wind turbines with light blue sky and clouds in background
Released in Fall 2019
ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Lightbulb with green leaf inside the glass
Released in Fall 2018

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CREATE’s goal is to advance the field of Renewable Energy by championing exemplary Renewable Energy education programs.

This goal is accomplished through five key objectives:​

1 - Provide support, mentoring, and professional development for faculty and prospective National Science Foundation Principal Investigators in renewable energy technology.

2 - Coordinate and support additional renewable energy industry, business, and academic partnerships.

3 - Promote renewable energy technician careers and the public image of renewable energy.

4 - Develop, screen, validate, update, and broadly distribute renewable energy materials, curricula, and pedagogical practices.

5 - Connect and support existing and new Advanced Technological Education project Principal Investigators in renewable energy and related fields.

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Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.