Wind Jobs: How to Get Your Training Paid for

You Can Receive Help with Training Costs in the Wind Energy Field – Image from Laramie County Community College

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Getting into the wind job sector can be easy breezy, and you don’t necessarily need to walk away from the classroom with tens of thousands of dollars of mounting debt, either. If you’re truly serious about breaking into this green job field, then several options exist for financing your education quickly so that you can finally add some wind to your fledgling career sails and have a career that gives you drive in a new direction.

If you are in the military – or if know of someone who is in the military – take note that the GI Bill can help a job seeker to pay off different education services in the wind jobs industry. You can expect to either receive full coverage for your training or at least steep discounts – and this also applies to you if you simply are a spouse of an active military member.

Furthermore, the Employment Development Department in California can provide assistance with educational expenses if you are unemployed and want to get a new start in the wind energy field. The Employment Development Department essentially belongs to the Labor and Workforce Development Agency and offers service to millions of California residents, including those who are unemployed.

Perhaps the method that most aspiring wind job holders can take advantage of is taking courses that are paid for using credits via the American Institute of Architects. If you have taken other courses in programs endorsed by the American Institute of Architect, then you will be eligible for funding credits to continue your education in the wind energy field.

Always explore options available in your particular state to obtain funding for your education in the wind job sector or any green job industry, as organizations and companies in this high-demand field are willing to help you in a multitude of ways to obtain the education required to land a green job. Not only does it help you personally but also it boosts green job numbers in the state, adds to the local green economy and makes the state more energy-efficient over the long haul.

For help with writing your resume, networking with employers, and finding your perfect wind job, visit the Career Builder Resource Center at U.S. Green Technology right away!

By YaShekia King

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