Looking ahead: The potential of careers in electric, power engineering

05/29/2013 | Forbes

To support innovation and recruit skilled workers, some utilities and engineering companies are coming together to help with career training in electrical and power engineering. For example, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' Power and Energy Society has created a new scholarship program that offers up to three years of financial support to students interested in these fields.

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