Education & Training for Energy & Water Professionals

Education & Training for Energy & Water Professionals

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klcc_publicradio_logoAudio Responses to questions brought up at the City Club of Eugene public meeting.

Do we have a choice? Can we build a really sustainable community with living-wage jobs supporting our local community? Transportation costs are escalating, so having jobs that provide for the basic needs of shelter, food, clothing and health care will make our city more self-sufficient. Our questions today are: What are those jobs? Do we have the training in place? What about 10 years from now?

Presentation from Roger Ebbage


Direct Q&A:

Q: What are we doing in terms of increasing manufacturing and the training/jobs that go along with it?


Q: Where are the jobs in the private energy industry locally?


Q: Can the LaneCC Energy Program be franchised?


Q: Building on the program and LaneCC graduates, where do students go? Can they be induced to stay Local?


Additional Information

Air Date: 02/05/10 on KLCC / City Club of Eugene
Download Entire Program: mp3 cityclub2010_02_05

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