Advanced Transportation & Renewable Energy
Economic and Workforce Development (EWD) is an integral part of the California Community Colleges and its Doing What Matters for Jobs and the Economy framework, investing funding and resources in advanced transportation and renewable energy.
You may tap our many resources and services in two ways.
#1 Become a Doing What Matters Business Partner: If you are interested in advising our regional teams about how to leverage funding and design curriculum to meet the needs of the advanced transportation and renewable energy industry, contact our Sector Navigator below.
#2 Tap into our Advanced Transportation and Renewable Energy Services: EWD's industry-specific workforce services are coordinated by Deputy Sector Navigators who align community college and other workforce development resources with the needs of industry sectors that result in highly specialized industry training, technical consulting and business development. Advanced Transportation and Renewable Energy businesses can access 4Energy for services.
Advanced Transportation and Renewable Energy represents an array of clean energy technologies that form a critical part of California’s strategy for reducing its climate change impact, as well as growing a robust green economy. California has always been a world leader in clean energy technologies, but to advance our competitiveness a superior workforce, skilled for the rapidly changing clean energy technologies, must exist. Ensuring that California has a highly skilled, clean energy workforce is the goal of the Advanced Transportation and Renewable Energy Sector and the focus of its state-level Sector Navigator and regionally focused Deputy Sector Navigators.
Responds – to California's Environmental Challenges
Creates – Transportation and Energy Training and Curriculum
Transforms – through Innovations in New Technologies
4Energy Website: www.fourenergy.org
A California Community Colleges program
“This is an exciting time for future technicians, the community, and community colleges. Our partnerships are symbolic of how industry and education can work hand in hand in preparing the workforce of tomorrow.”
Todd Leutheuser – Executive Director
Southland Motor Car Dealers Association