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Clean Jobs Workforce

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Don't miss the opportunity to join the Clean Jobs Workforce Network Program, where we offer free training, certification preparation, wrap around services, and skill development for entry-level jobs in clean energy-related industries.

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Jumpstart your clean energy career! Join the Clean Jobs Workforce Network Program Discover a world of opportunities in the rapidly growing clean energy industry! Enroll now in our comprehensive training programs, and be part of the solar energy, wind energy, energy efficiency, and electric vehicle industries, among others. Whether you’re interested in manufacturing, development, sales, or support functions, we’ve got you covered! Join us and contribute to a sustainable future while building a rewarding career. Don’t miss out on this chance to be a part of the clean energy revolution!

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Are you an Equity Eligible Person (EEP)?

An Equity Eligible Person (“EEP”) is defined “Equity investment eligible person” and “eligible person” are synonymous and mean the persons who would most benefit from equitable investments by the State designed to combat discrimination and foster sustainable economic growth. Specifically, eligible persons means the following people:
(1) persons whose primary residence is in an equity investment eligible community; (2) persons who are graduates of or currently enrolled in the foster care system; or (3) persons who were formerly incarcerated.

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How much funding is available?

$24 million per year is allocated to this program. An additional $15 million per year will be allocated to the Workforce Hubs for the distribution of the Energy Transition Barrier Reduction services to offer wrap-around supports to program participants. DCEO will issue up to 13 awards for the combined $39 million per year in funding, subject to appropriation. DCEO will release a Notice of Funding Opportunity for this program in July of 2023. The program is expected to be open to applicants in the winter of 2023.

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Auto Mechanic Training with Hybrid/EV Focus
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Construction & Building Inspector Training
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Energy Auditor Training
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Wind Turbine Technician Training
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Clean Jobs Workforce Network Program (20 ILCS 730/5-20)
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Energy Transition Barrier Reduction Program (20 ILCS 730/5-30)
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Energy Transition Navigators Program (20 ILCS 730/5-35)
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Clean Energy Contractor Incubator Program (20 ILCS 730/5-45)
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Returning Residents Clean Jobs Training Program (20 ILCS 730/5-50)
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Clean Energy Primes Contractor Accelerator Program (20 ILCS 730/5-55)
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