This area of the CREATE website lists Internet links.
ABET, Inc., is the recognized U.S. accreditor of college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and technology. Accreditation ensures the quality of the postsecondary education students receive.
A program inspires a passion for engineering while offering the support needed to guide students through high school and onto college and career. (Lompoc High School)
Building Industry Consulting Service International's ( BICSI) mission is to enhance the telecommunications industry by providing excellent education, promoting skill sharing, and assessing knowledge with professional registration programs.
Our system of two-year public institutions, composed of 108 colleges statewide organized into 72 districts, serves more than 2.6 million students and represents the largest system of higher education in the world.
Your direct link to job placement and referrals, unemployment insurance, disability insurance, employment and training, labor market information, payroll taxes, and more!
CALSEIA is the CALifornia Solar Energy Industries Association. CALSEIA was founded in 1977. It is governed by a 15-member Board of Directors elected by the membership. CALSEIA’s mission is to expand the use of all solar technologies in California and establish a sustainable industry for a clean energy future.
The Industrial Technology Associate of Science Degree (60 unit total, 30-36 units in the major) is designed to prepare students to enter the industrial setting in the areas of renewable energy (wind/solar), engineering technology, or electronics.
Our comprehensive, global e-learning program offers students an opportunity to pursue IT curricula through online instructor-led training and hands-on laboratory exercises. As a result, students can apply classroom learnings to actual technology challenges, which ultimately prepares tomorrow's workforce for life-long learning opportunities.
CORD is a national nonprofit organization providing innovative changes in education to prepare students for greater success in careers and higher education. CORD assists educators in secondary schools and colleges through new curricula, teaching strategies, professional development, and partnerships with community leaders, families, and employers.
CREATE Videos are hosted on the YouTube CREATE-CALIFORNIA Channel.
The Go Solar California! campaign is a joint effort of the California Energy Commission and the California Public Utilities Commission. The goal is to encourage Californians to install 3,000 megawatts of solar energy systems on homes and businesses by the end of 2016, making renewable energy an everyday reality.
Hands On Solar, Inc. is an educational services corporation devoted to effective training in alternative energy technologies. We provide assistance and consultation services to schools and colleges that seek to develop alternative energy programs, which includes the development of job placement programs and “on the job training” initiatives.
IREC is known for identifying difficult renewable energy issues, then bringing together the right team of technical and policy experts to produce innovative solutions. Whether it’s education and outreach, stakeholder coordination, technical assistance, workforce development, the adoption and implementation of uniform guidelines and standards, or consumer protection, IREC’s diverse and talented team builds networks, shares experiences and produces exemplary materials through easy access information channels
The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) is the “gold standard” for PV and solar thermal installation certification. Designed to raise industry standards and promote consumer confidence, NABCEP offers certification and certificate programs to renewable energy professionals throughout North America.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent agency of the U.S. Government, established by the National Science Foundation Act of 1950.
The NSSB is a coalition of leaders from business, labor, employee, education, and community and civil rights organizations created in 1994 to build a voluntary national system of skill standards, assessment and certification systems to enhance the ability of the United States workforce to compete effectively in a global economy.
The NCME, an NSF National Resource Center, serves as a source of materials, support services, and professional development opportunities for educators and industry professionals.
United States Department of Eneragy