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Are you interested in an environmentally-oriented career? Would you like to find out more about renewable and sustainable energy sources?
Take a look at Renewable/Sustainable Energy, with an associate degree designed for a broad foundation that can apply to several career paths. There’s also a certificate with options for installation of solar and wind turbine devices in both residential and commercial use.
Buildings account for a huge percentage of our economic and environmental resources. If you’re interested in finding out about conserving energy, reducing waste and being more environmentally responsible in the building and remodeling industry, this is a good place to start.
Workers who have “green” or environmentally responsible skills will have more options in a competitive job market for a wide variety of construction and energy installation jobs. Workforce Solutions of Greater Dallas’s targeted occupations projects high growth areas this year in positions for HVAC installers, construction managers, carpenters and building inspectors.
America’s Career Infonet projects job growth increase over the next decade of 18 percent for environmental engineering technicians, who test and operate equipment to control environmental problems. Cost estimators are projected to increase at 28 percent, construction supervisors at 25 percent and HVAC installers at 22 percent. High job growth is defined as an annual increase of more than 10 percent.
See more on careers in Renewable/Sustainable Energy.
Eastfield College is the only one of the seven colleges of DCCCD to offer the Renewable/Sustainable Energy program.
See degrees and certificates in Renewable/Sustainable Energy.