Marcraft GreenSTEM Pilot Program at Broome High School
Spartanburg, South Carolina
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Marcraft GreenCERT Technology Program at Ehove Career Center
Milan, Ohio
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Back Bay High School utilizes Marcraft Solar PV Program with alternative education students.
Costa Mesa, California
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York Students Explore Green Energy
York, South Carolina
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Owens Community College's new alternative energy and sustainable systems degree program will provide area residents with the opportunity to receive hands-on experiential learning at the highest level
Owens CC Green Technology Center in Ohio
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The study from Georgetown University found that certificates in fields like computer and information services, transportation and business can boost earnings by 20 percent, on average, over people who just have high school diplomas.
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The Maxine Waters Employment Prep School is actively training the next generation of Solar Technicians.
The Maxine Waters Employment Prep School in Compton, California
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H.D. Woodson High School in Washington D.C. has partnered with Marcraft to help develop the next generation of alternative energy certified professionals.
H.D. Woodson High School in Washington D.C
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ECUREI a private training Institute  recently purchased the Marcraft™ Residential Electronics Systems Integrator (RESI) program.
ECUREI in Mengo Hospital, Kampala, Uganda
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Ottumwa Job Corp Training Center Launches New Certification Programs
Ottumwa, Iowa
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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, most of the jobs that will open up in the next few years do not require a B.A. In fact, only about 25% do. The other 75% do not. They need on-the-job training.
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Tough Calculus as Technical Schools Face Deep Cuts
Despite a competitive economy in which success increasingly depends on obtaining a college degree, one in four students in this country does not even finish high school in the usual four years.
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The Polaris Career Center is offering electronics and alternative energy technology training.
The Polaris Career Center in Middleburg Heights, Ohio
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The ACECET facility houses a program without equal in the state, where students can get training in green technology and renewable energy credit and continuing education courses.
Decatur, Alabama
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Tolles Career Center in Plain City, Ohio implemented the comprehensive Marcraft green technology program encompassing each of the technology panels.
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University Of Arkansas in Fort Smith, Arkansas implemented the Marcraft Solar PV program as part of their AS degree in Electronics Technology and BS in Electrical Engineering.
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Northeast Technology Center in Pryor, Oklahoma added to their mobile electronics lab this summer by acquiring another Marcraft AT-1000 Mobile Electronics Trainer for their program that began in 2009.
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Madison Park Technical Vocational High School in Roxbury, Massachusetts added a complete Marcraft Low-Voltage Wiring Program to their successful Construction, Design and Transportation Academy.
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Desert Rose Adult School in Nevada recently installed Marcraft Green training panels to support their new wind and solar training program.
N. Las Vegas, Nevada
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Johnston County Schools integrated the Marcraft Smart Grid Program into their existing solar, wind and energy auditing program.
Smithfield, North Carolina
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With another record-breaking year, solar is the fastest growing energy source in the U.S., powering homes, businesses and utility grids across the nation. The Solar Market Insight annual edition shows the U.S. installed 3,313 megawatts (MW) of solar photovoltaics (PV) in 2012, a record for the industry. Perhaps most importantly, clean, reliable, affordable solar is continuing a major growth pattern that has made it a leading source of new electricity for America that's increasingly competitive with conventional electricity across dozens of states today.
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Given that buildings in the U.S. account for 39 percent of the nation's carbon dioxide emissions, 65 percent of waste and 70 percent electrical use, adoption of the Living Building Challenge standards highlighted by the Bullitt Center could make life on Earth more sustainable by the middle of this century.
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The Muncie and Indianapolis campuses of Ivy Tech in Indiana recently implemented a Marcraft smart grid training program. The Muncie campus will also be using the Marcraft Solar PV program.
South Louisiana Community College in Opelousas, LA is going to teach a smarthome program using the Marcraft Residential Electronics Systems Integrator suite of training panels. The Marcraft training equipment was delivered and installed in May 2013.
The Western Campus of Wayne County Community College District is going to be using multiple units of the Marcraft Clean Electrons and Energy Auditing Training Panels as part of its new Renewable Energy Technology Training Program.
 
 
 
Sarawak Skills Development Centre (PPKS) is proud to be the first education institution in their state to offer a subject on Renewable Energy utilizing several different pieces of Marcraft training equipment.
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The Lucia Mar Unified School District unveiled a six-piece energy conversion station Tuesday at Arroyo Grande High School. The technology unveiling Tuesday aligns with a new energy technology and environmental engineering program offered at AGHS as part of a pathways program implemented in August 2013.
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You know the college deal: Four years of schooling. A varied set of courses. Graduation. Job search. But is that really the ONLY deal?
If you want to pursue a specific trade, there are other options.
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