Miramar gets $1.4M to train for alternative energy future

June 18, 2019 | Times of San Diego

Miramar College announced Friday it received a nearly $1.4 million contract from the California Energy Commission to develop a program to train students for the alternative fuels and vehicle technology industries.

The program will help participating students enter the alternative energy and technology fields by connecting them with companies, labor unions, community organizations and other related groups and entities. Students will also receive workplace training for jobs focusing on reducing carbon emissions from vehicles.

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