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Educational Program Leading to Careers in the Energy Field

The following is a list of websites that provide direct links to schools and colleges that have programs specifically geared to pursuit of careers in the energy field.


Engineering

http://asee.org/about/publications/profiles/

This is the website maintained by the American Society for Engineering Education, a nonprofit organization of individuals and institutions committed to furthering education in engineering and engineering technology. It includes a directory of detailed profiles of U.S. and Canadian schools offering undergraduate and graduate engineering, as well as engineering technology programs with the intent of preparing prospective students for their future education in engineering. The descriptions of institutions represented in this directory allow students to compare schools using a range of characteristics from location and degrees offered to student appointments and research expenditures.

www.allengineeringschools.com

Whether you're searching for bachelor's programs in engineering, master's programs in engineering, or doctoral programs in engineering or technology -- or looking for an online engineering program to fit your busy schedule -- All Engineering Schools makes it easy to find the engineering colleges that interest you. Search for engineering schools by location, program type, or specialty. Then read detailed fact sheets on featured engineering colleges, and get in touch with admissions officers by requesting information.

The site includes:

· Featured Engineering Schools: A detailed description of engineering colleges that are members of the All Engineering Schools network.

· Request Information from Engineering Schools: Forms that allow you to contact engineering schools quickly and efficiently.

· Find an Engineering School: A complete listing of engineering colleges in the U.S. to help you locate schools that might interest you.

Environmental Studies

www.enviroeducation.com

This website lists over 60 fields of study in environmental education and provides links to schools and colleges that have programs of study in those areas. Searches can be refined by state, type of school and course of study (i.e. certificate programs to post doctoral studies.)

Nuclear Energy

www.nei.org/

This is the website of the Nuclear energy nstitute. Click on careers and education. n addition to information on specific careers, the resource section lists scholarships, fellowships and internships in the nuclear industry. There is also a listing of universities offering nuclear energy and health physics academic programs.

Renewable Energy

www.eere.energy.gov

This is the government website on renewable energy. Click on "Find Jobs, Training, and Educational Resources." The site provides links to colleges and universities with degree programs or specializations in clean energy fields, community colleges and training centers that offer two-year degrees or certificates for jobs in the expanding field of energy efficiency and renewable energy, and individual seminars or courses on clean energy topics and related links to other career-related resources.

http://ncsonline.org/02education/

The National Council for Science and the Environment conducts programs to increase the number and quality of people capable of bringing science to bear on today's critical environmental challenges.  Click on "Campus to Careers", a service that guides college students and recent graduates throught the transition from school to work by exposing them to real world work.