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At a graduation ceremony today, 14 active duty military service members who are transitioning to the civilian workforce were awarded certificates for completing the Alamo Colleges District’s Solar Ready Vets program, a partnership between the Alamo Colleges District and the U.S. Department of Education.
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Alamo Colleges District Trains Vets for Solar Industry Jobs

At a graduation ceremony today, 14 active duty military service members who are transitioning to the civilian workforce were awarded certificates for completing the Alamo Colleges District’s Solar Ready Vets program, a partnership between the Alamo Colleges District and the U.S. Department of Education. The graduates received training in solar photovoltaics and grid-interactive installation and are now qualified to take the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) associate exam and to apply for apprentice licenses.

The graduates are currently interviewing with local companies for employment. Jobs in the solar energy field pay from $14 to $17 per hour at the entry level and up to the high $20’s annually with experience. Instruction for the students was provided by Alamo Colleges District – St. Philip’s College Southwest Campus instructor Daniel Sherry. Students for the program are recruited through Joint Base San Antonio.

“We are proud to be a part of this effort to enable those who have served in our military to acquire the skills they need to be successful in civilian life,” said Alamo Colleges District Chancellor Dr. Bruce Leslie. “The success of programs such as this strengthen the Alamo Colleges District’s position as the leading educational institution preparing the workforce needed to keep local employers competitive and the local economy strong,” he added.

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