FALL 2020 Interest Form: Solar Industry Seminar for Students-- in partnership with NAACP SEI 2020 and NAACP ECJ
This seminar will be geared toward HBCU students but open to other members of the NAACP SEI and NAACP ECJ Community. PLEASE PROVIDE YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION BELOW so we can send you registration information when it goes online.
This workshop is for students interested in a career in the solar industry. Students will be introduced to the Solar Industry and its Impact, the Science and Business of Solar and Solar Career Pathways.‘ The course will cover:
-An introduction the functions of the solar PV industry
-The basics of the electricity transmission and distribution structure in the USA
-Solar PV 101 - Intro to Science of Photovoltaics
-of existing solar-related state policies and their impacts
-Discussion on solar industry’s relation to and potential to address--- climate change, environmental impact of fossil fuel usage, environmental injustice, and climate injustice
-Overview of process from client acquisition to installation completion and maintenance for residential, commercial and utility scale projects
-Introduction to and exploration of career pathways
-Guest speaker(s) from the industry to share their pathways and answer student questions
● Six hours of virtual class time on a video conference platform, split into 2-3 sessions over 2-3 days
● Up to 2 hours of assignments outside of workshop hours
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Which best describe you (check all that apply)?
Morgan State Student
Bowie State Student
Student at another HBCU
Which topic(s) interest you? (Check all that apply)
How to finance solar
Renewable Energy Policy in Maryland
Solar Energy Policy
Primary E-mail Address
Secondary E-mail Address (optional)
How did you hear about this opportunity?
NAACP Solar Equity Initiative (SEI)
NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice - MD State Conference ECJ
Morgan State connection
Bowie State connection
The 8/19 Solar In Your Community Webinar
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