These Links provided below will help put you on the path of getting specific training for degrees and certficates in the area of sustainability:

  • The Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute at UTSA: Is a partner with our community and contribute to a new energy future that builds on a diverse resource base to position San Antonio as a significant contributor to the 21st century global energy economy.Working with the future of The University of Texas at San Antonio to help the future.
  • The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC):  The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and its community are changing the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated. To help the effort of going green atound the nation knowledge and research are key.
  • ImagineSolar is the first licensed school in Texas dedicated to workforce development and advisory services for the solar and smart grid industries. We offer hands-on training indoors and outdoors and on the roof of our 4000 sqft training facility. Classroom education takes place at our facility and at ImagineSolar Online. ImagineSolar has been at the forefront of clean energy policy and education since its founding in 2002.
  • The Solar Training Institute:  A leading educational provider of solar training and offer accelerated learning courses in solar PV and solar thermal design and installation, advanced design and sales that prepare workers for successful careers in the solar industry, at a reasonable price and when and where they need them. They also help solar companies achieve their growth plans by helping to educate a workforce with the latest training methods and a hands-on approach to learning.
  • The Cloud Institute of Sustainability Education:  They prepare K-12 school systems and their communities to educate for a sustainable future by inspiring educators and engaging students through meaningful content and learner-centered instruction.
  • Six Degrees of Sustainability: The Hottest Schools for Environmental Studies:  This article from Fast Company explains how President Obama recently pledged $500 million for environmental job training, and an additional $150 billion to create 5 million new sustainability-related jobs. These are a few careers you might be interested in venturing in if you havent already decide.


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