Energy Education Trainings and Workshops 

APA Hank Nikkels Scholarship Program: Alaska Power Association is offering scholarships and text book stipends of up to $500 to Alaska residents attending college in state and majoring in engineering. To apply, students must complete APA’s scholarship application form, provide an official transcript and three letters of recommendation, and write a 500 word essay. Click HERE for more information.


 

UAF Bristol Bay Campus:

Course Title: Physics 102X “Energy & Society” ONLINE
Description: Explore the concept of energy. Students will investigate the sources, conversion, distribution and ultimate dispersion of energy, as well as the consequences of its use in the development and maintenance of modern society. May be used to fulfill part of the natural science requirement. Limited scholarships available for Alaskans.
Credits: 3
Instructor: Dr. Tom Marsik
Course Dates: January 16 to May 9, 2014
Meeting Times: Tuesday, Thursday 6:50 to 8:20 pm

Click HERE for more info or contact Michael Golub at (907 ) 842-8368.


 

Mat-Su College: In the Sustainable Energy Occupational Endorsement Certificate Program at Mat-Su College, students learn the fundamental concepts and skills necessary to pursue employment or gain further training as renewable energy technicians, or pursue additional education in fields related to construction management, science, engineering and architecture. Click HERE for more information or call Mark Masteller at (907) 745-9784 to learn about the program.

Who we are

Renewable Energy Alaska Project is a coalition of energy stakeholders working to facilitate the development of renewable energy in Alaska through collaboration, education, training, and advocacy.