Careers in Energy Week 2022

 During Careers in Energy Week, Michigan’s energy companies and educators team up to create awareness for students and jobseekers around the rewarding careers in the energy sector. Our members are proud to host the following events: 

Monday, October 17

Lansing Board of Water & Light Reverse Job Fair

8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

REO Depot – 1201  S. Washington Lansing, MI 

Lansing Board of Water of Water & Light (BWL) will be hosting a reverse job fair for Lansing area high school students. Students will learn about the various careers available in the energy industry by interacting with BWL employees. Interactive activities, career information, swag and snacks will be available. For more information on how your school can participate, please contact Dawn Plenar at dawn.plenar@lbwl.com.

Tuesday, October 18

Consumers Energy Marshall Training Center Tour (Invitation Only)

10:30 a.m. 

Consumers Energy will be hosting a tour of their Marshall Training Center for local students. For more information on careers at Consumers Energy, visit www.ConsumersEnergy.com/careers.

Thursday, October 20

Traverse City Light & Power Career Tech Event

Northwest Education Career Services

800 Parsons Road Traverse City, MI

Traverse City Light & Power will be hosting an event in partnernship with the Northwest Education Career Services Electric Occupation Class. The event will feature line worker demonstrations in the morning and evening that will include open transformer demos, pole demos and table top units. For more information, please contact Kelli Schroeder at kschroeder@tclp.org.

Friday, October 21

Lansing Board of Water & Light Reverse Job Fair

8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

REO Depot – 1201  S. Washington Lansing, MI 

Lansing Board of Water of Water & Light (BWL) will be hosting a reverse job fair for Lansing area middle school students. Students will learn about the various careers available in the energy industry by interacting with BWL employees. Interactive activities, career information, swag and snacks will be available. For more information on how your school can participate, please contact Dawn Plenar at dawn.plenar@lbwl.com.

Weeklong Events:

Oakland County Michigan Works!

Oakland County Michigan Works! Director Jennifer Llewellyn will be visiting companies to do some hands ‘dirty jobs’ so followers can learn more about the types of jobs available and the people that actually perform these energy related jobs. Look for some great videos and more. Follow them on Facebook and Twitter to learn more.