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Green Building and Clean Energy Retraining Partnerships:

Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District
The San Diego Green Building Training Collaborative

Type of organization: Accredited California Community Colleges.

Type of training: Training unemployed or underemployed workers with previous construction experience in these green building areas: Green Building Professional, Building Analyst Professional, Home Energy Rater, Water Auditor, Solar Photovoltaic Installer and Solar Thermal Installer.

Area served: San Diego County.

Location of training: Cuyamaca College in Rancho San Diego, project partner Palomar College in San Marcos.

Estimated trainees: 200 – 300

Instruction details: TBA

Result of classes: Certificate of Achievement.

More about the organization: This effort is led by the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District and a dynamic Green Employer Council made up of industry experts who insure the programs reflect relevant training for real world jobs. The Green Employer Council will also provide opportunities for employment for program graduates. Partners for this proposal include Palomar College, a network of local One Stop Career Centers, California Center for Sustainable Energy (CCSE), local economic development councils, the County and City of San Diego, San Diego Gas and Electric, numerous non-profit organizations, the San Diego Housing Commission, the Small Business Administration and many others.

Find more information here:
Contact the program manager for more specific information.

Program Manager Contact:
Sandra Moreland
(619) 660-4578


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