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

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CREATE’s goal is to advance the field of Clean & 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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