Your career in Energy starts with a high school diploma or a GED and moves into working at a plant as an apprentice. You can earn your associates degree and later a bachelor’s degree. You can continue your education at a later time without having to repeat classes or lose credits.
On the job training can enhance your learning, and to succeed, you need to be willing to learn, invest time and effort in your education and training, and demonstrate your value as a reliable employee. On the job training allows you to learn about your job academically, and the technical training needed for employment.
While in high school, you can start your technical education at career and technology centers and technical schools. Dual enrollment programs allow you to be in high school while take college classes to earn college credits, reducing the time and cost of college.