The Pacific Northwest Center of Excellence for Clean Energy at Centralia College is co-hosting a hybrid event, Washington Workforce Energy Convening, on June 30.

The free event brings together utilities, energy providers, research institutions, non-governmental organizations, energy installers, and community members to address pressing workforce challenges.

Participants will engage in round table discussions in multiple locations around the state, including the Tri-Cities, Centralia, and Seattle, to create an energy workforce gap analysis and inform needed research to identify pathways to create a well-staffed energy future.

For more information and to view the agenda and register: