Features & Highlights

  • Hands-on learning: get real-world experience training on a solar demonstration roof and on the latest modeling software to design energy-efficient heating, electrical and mechanical building systems
  • Industry job shadowing: visit local clean energy employers for a comprehensive tour of workplaces where graduates are often employed
  • Convenient flexibility: choose between fully online classes or hybrid courses which meet just one evening per week
  • Student activities: network with industry leaders through student-led Solar Washington events and professional clubs
  • Cutting-edge curriculum: learn in-demand skills in a curriculum curated by an advisory committee of local industry employers
  • Scholarships: acess program-specific funding available through the Foundation
  • Transfer options: easily transfer into South Seattle College’s Sustainable Building Science Technology Bachelors of Applied Science

 

If you want a lifelong meaningful career in helping to make the planet a better place, this if the program for you. The future is growing for the renewable energy field, and the faculty here do a fantastic job of helping students find jobs in the field. I have no doubt that the job I have is in part due to my instructor’s connections and support.

Jeff Favreau
Clean Energy Technology alum

I enjoyed networking with students and instructors who shared my passion for clean energy technologies and specifically solar photovoltaics. There are so many opportunities in the solar industry! This program gives you the experience you need to be successful.

Alisha Turpin
Clean Energy Technology alum

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