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Spring 2023
What Clean Energy Education Providers Should Know About About the IRA 
By Richard Lawrence, Program Director, Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) & CREATE NVC Member
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The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is by far the largest-ever federal investment in clean energy. By providing long term support and market certainty for the manufacturing and deployment of clean energy technologies, the IRA is projected to create nearly 1 million new clean energy jobs per year over the next decade and reduce US carbon emissions 40% from 2005 levels.

While there is little direct funding allocated for training and workforce development, many significant tax credits are tied to new labor provisions that require employers to train their workers through registered apprenticeship programs (RAPs) and pay them prevailing wages. This year, at least 12.5% of the construction labor work on large scale clean energy projects must be done by a registered apprentice, which ramps up to 15% in 2024. These same provisions apply to all commercial energy efficiency tax credits, construction of new manufacturing facilities, and more. Clean energy training programs must understand and adapt to this new reality in order to maximize their role in creating the workforce needed to meet these ambitious targets.

Registered apprenticeship programs must include a combination of at least one year of supervised on the job learning with at least 144 hours of related technical instruction (RTI) per year, with most construction industry programs being between two to five years long. Apprentices who participate in RAPs must be employed and receive progressive wage increases as they advance through the program and acquire more knowledge, skills, and experience.

There are a number of ways that education providers can be engaged in RAPs as training partners or program sponsors. For example, an employer can require the RTI to include completion of certain coursework from an educational institution. A college or other education provider could sponsor a RAP for employers to participate in, taking on additional aspects of recruitment, program management, and reporting. Partnerships between educational institutions and trade unions and/or contractor associations can help support RAPs, including through pre-apprenticeship programs that prepare individuals to become an apprentice.

Clean energy employers across the country need solutions for meeting these new career training requirements. Education providers can assistance in a variety of ways. To learn more, register for the upcoming CREATE webinar with the Interstate Renewable Energy Council coming in April.   
CREATE Contributes to Development of 
Energy Storage Certification
Battery Storage containers with solar panels and rainbowThe CREATE Energy Center is excited to announce that our collaboration with the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) and the Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) officially has a title! Coming later this year, we will see the launch of the Photovoltaic Energy Storage Professional Board Certification (PV-ESP). Our work has resulted in an official Job Task Analyses (JTA) and will soon see a developed exam that will qualify folks to earn their very own PV-ESP Certification! All three entities are extremely grateful for this opportunity and the support we have received from the National Science Foundation.
CREATE will also be taking MREA and NABCEP on the road this summer to visit Atlanta, GA for the Hi-Tec Conference in July. We will be giving a presentation on our newly created (and industry recognized) PV-ESP and explain how this certification will become essential for equipping technicians in the renewable energies industries with the best tools for success. Attendees will get a first-hand look at how this will address a vital demand for a commonly accepted standard of education in working with battery energy storage systems technology. The solar photovoltaic industry will need technicians with the ability to demonstrate the important skills of installing, maintaining and repairing the various energy storage systems technologies available.

CREATE, MREA and NABCEP also want to use this opportunity to thank the hardworking project personnel and Subject Matter Expert volunteers who have contributed immensely to this project so far. Without you, we would not have this exciting chance to make a huge difference in the field of solar. The need for innovation is crucial to make renewable energy a viable and sustainable alternative for our future. The PV-ESP Certification is the first step towards demonstrating how truly resilient clean power technology can be.
Free Online Electro-Mechanical Technology Lectures  

Students enrolled in CGCC’s Electro-Mechanical Technology program apply the theoretical concepts discussed in the online lectures to real world pneumatic equipmentAs part of a recent National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education (NSF ATE) funded grant, Columbia Gorge Community College’s (CGCC) Electro-Mechanical Technology program has started publishing new online lectures on YouTube to support the flipped classroom approach to teaching technical subjects. These new lectures build upon an already substantial library of free lectures developed during a previous grant. The previous grant focused on electrical circuit analysis (DC, single phase AC, and 3 phase AC), hydraulics, and motor control. The new grant includes content for motors and generators, pneumatics, and renewable energy applications like industrial wind power and solar power. Instructors and students interested in making use of this material are encouraged to visit:
The flipped classroom approach to instruction uses online lectures to deliver instruction outside the class and activity-based learning lab exercises inside the class. Students watch lectures at the time and place of their own choosing at their own pace and concept engagement and application takes place in the classroom with the guidance of an instructor. Advantages of this instructional approach can be numerous: the online content is flexible, accessible and can be paused and reviewed to support the learning process. Students find the flipped classroom approach reduces commute time and travel expense and allows those with family and employment obligations to remain enrolled in school.

College of the Canyons Developing
Bachelors of Arts in Sustainable Architecture 
Architecture faculty working with studentCollege of the Canyons (Santa Clarita, CA) is currently working through the statewide approval process to offer an applied baccalaureate degree beginning Fall 2024. The Bachelor of Arts in Sustainable Architecture program (BASA) will educate A/E/C industry (Architecture/Engineering/Construction) technicians in application of the California Energy & Green Building Codes, management of sustainable architecture projects, local water conservation and air quality standards, Sustainable Building Certification System process (such as LEED), and resource efficient decarbonized building design and construction administration practices through iterative, data informed methodologies. Program graduates will be prepared to work alongside other A/E/C industry professionals in a firm or as independent consultants with immediate employment opportunities as Building Energy Modeler/BIM/CAD technicians, Sustainable Building Certification System consultants, and construction management or facility operations technicians for a broad range of employers throughout California.
Accreditation Commission approval has been received for this proposed degree and final approval from the state Board of Governors will be announced by June 2023. If approved, student applications for admission will be accepted beginning in Spring 2024. In support of this proposed applied baccalaureate degree, College of the Canyons is advertising a new full-time Architecture teaching opportunity.  The two most important qualifications for this tenure-track teaching position are industry experience with Building Energy Modeling and sustainable building rating systems (ie LEED). The application due date for this teaching position is Tuesday February 28th, 2023 and the ultimate viability is dependent on the degree being approved at the state level (June 2023).

More info on this employment opportunity can be found at: or by contacting the College of the Canyons Architecture Program Chair at
Crossroad Solar & Madison College -
A Second Chance for New Opportunities 
Solaryard at Madison College“We call ourselves Take 2,” said a student as I joined him and eight of his classmates on the rooftops of Madison College’s Solar Installation Lab. This affable group of students were buzzing about their forthcoming graduation from the 18-week Carpentry Techniques Academy. Led by veteran instructor and new grandmother, Allie Berenyi, we stood on sheds the students built, shingled, and installed PV racking on.

“Take 2” gave themselves that moniker after their habit of getting things right the second time. As we were admiring their handywork, Allie informed them they would have to re-do part of the roof where a combiner box needed to be placed. No complaining from this group – they take pride in their work and want the finished product to be correct.

Next on the docket was installing photovoltaic arrays on each rooftop. All of us being green, we stumbled our way through commissioning PV systems on several sheds. The students were hardworking, eager to learn, hilarious, and excited for their future careers. The students were also from the Department of Corrections (DoC), taking part in a program designed to provide opportunities for positive change and success.
These students and this program embody the state goal of corrections to rehabilitate people and prepare them to contribute to their families and community.

The spirit of this Madison College DoC program is also captured in the solar panels the students were installing. Founded by Patrick Regan, Crossroads Solar creates solar panels manufactured by employees who have been released from jail. Their website states, “Our employees have served their time and earned the opportunity to reenter the workforce with dignity. Many of our team pursued a college degree in prison through the Moreau College Initiative, and demonstrated that they can function as good productive members of society. “
All nine students graduated from Madison College on Tuesday, July 26, 2022. Thankfully companies like Crossroads Solar and programs like the Madison College Carpentry Techniques Academy exist to give people their “Take 2”.
NC A&T Gets $23.7M to Create Clean Energy Workforce Program 
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By Kyle Ingram, The Charlotte Observer

(TNS) — Gov. Roy Cooper announced that North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University will receive a $23.7 million federal grant to create a clean energy workforce program.

“We are on the cutting edge of the clean energy economy,” Cooper said at A&T’s campus. “... Developing this talented, diverse workforce is going to be critical.”

The program, called STEPs4GROWTH, will be centered at N.C. A&T and train workers in 16 counties across the state to qualify for clean energy sector jobs.

The money comes from a fund called the Good Jobs Challenge within the American Rescue Plan, a massive COVID-19 recovery bill that Congress passed last year.

“With a focus on equity, the program is expanding career opportunities for more Americans to reach their full potential and secure good-paying jobs while producing a skilled workforce to ensure the United States is prepared to innovate, compete, and succeed in a 21st Century global economy,” the U.S. Economic Development Administration’s website says.

STEPs4GROWTH is designed to support underserved communities, including people of color, women, formerly-incarcerated people and veterans.

For the rest of the story visit: CleanEnergyWorkforce
Scanifly - The Next Generation of Energy Technology
Man flying drone for ScaniflyThanks to decreasing hardware costs, solar power has become one of the largest new energy sources added to the grid in recent years and is expected to lead the next generation of energy technology.

However, the process of planning and installing solar projects is still highly manual and inefficient - site surveyors collect on-site data by hand with ladders, tape measures, and sketch paper. It’s a time-consuming, error-prone, and dangerous process. It’s imperative to teach solar professionals about the latest tools and technologies available to make surveying and design methods more efficient.

Scanifly is the driving force behind the growing movement to incorporate drones and other technology into residential and commercial solar project workflows. As the only drone-based 3D modeling software created exclusively for solar project development, we leverage drones, cloud computing, photogrammetry, and 3D modeling software to reduce time on site by up to 90% while providing the highest degree of precision and quality throughout a project's life. 

With a staff of former solar professionals, Scanifly also strives to publish articles, handbooks, and other resources to educate the industry on the latest tools, technologies, and best practices. Our team has educated thousands of solar professionals in over 85 countries, and our academic content has been granted continuing education credits by the North American Board of Clean Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) and promoted by Solar Energy International (SEI).

We look forward to working with CREATE to help connect educators with the tools and knowledge needed to train aspiring solar professionals with the latest tech and skills. By making solar surveying jobs more accessible and attractive to a diverse group of individuals - including women and veterans - we can help ensure that the next wave of solar professionals has a jump start on finding a fulfilling career in this rapidly growing industry. 

Save the date for a webinar on April 14th at 1:30PM EST as we discuss the solar workflow and how technology can make an impact. Stay tuned for more details and other opportunities to connect!
CREATE Highlighted Energy Alumni
Richard Valdez, Columbia Gorge Community College

Richard ValdezRichard Valdez had been working the night shift for years making railroad ties when he decided it was time for a change. He was introduced to the Electro –Mechanical Technology program at Columbia Gorge Community College by his Jujitsu sparring partner and faculty member at Columbia Gorge, Jim Pytel. After hearing from Professor Pytel about the career possibilities with a degree in Electro-Mechanical Technology, he knew it was a good fit for him.  Richard said, “it was so efficient, well organized, and an environment that just made him comfortable to be in.”

Since graduating, Richard has been working at Avangrid Renewables as a Wind Technician. “The electrical theory and motor control courses are essential to what I do now and the program was beautifully to the point.” One of his favorite things about his job is troubleshooting problems with the turbines. The knowledge acquired through his education at Columbia Gorge provides him with the skills necessary to address whatever he encounters.  “It’s amazing to climb a wind tower at 300ft and look out and see everything around you while fixing a mechanical problem on a turbine hub.”

Richard is proud of the work he does in renewable energy, “I get really excited at the thought of what we can produce from the environment, and that I now get to be a part of this and make a difference in the future.” When asked if he had advice for future students considering a career in the energy industry, Richard said, “There is a lot of space for people out there looking for good productive jobs – and not just out of high school but those restarting new careers.  The energy industry is the place to be.”

For more information on the program visit the Program Profile on the CREATE website.

CREATE Highlighted Energy Faculty
Jenny Brinker, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
Jenny BrinkerEven from one conversation with Jenny Brinker, it is easy to see that she gets a lot of fulfillment in inspiring her students to make an impact beyond the classroom. She’s worked hard to ensure that students in the Energy Management Program at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College help the community in addition to learning the skills they need for a variety of technical careers. Every year, students work with different non-profits to perform free energy audits and advise them on how to make their buildings more energy efficient. The program’s latest community project was to assess the energy footprint of the Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin’s veterans building.

“We have changed the line-up of courses we offer to reflect changes in technology.” A program advisory board made up of utility program leaders, consultants, building automation providers and other leaders in energy technology have informed the changes in curriculum. Changes have allowed students to experience networking and programming of building automation controls. Students also now calculate energy savings with demand control ventilation and other building control strategies.

Students learn from cutting-edge technology like geothermal variable refrigerant flow and daylight programming that is part of their learning space, the Great Lakes Energy Education Center. The state-of-the-art facility was specifically designed to give students and instructors access to the building’s energy systems allowing them to analyze data and assess the building’s function. Students also utilize the solar photovoltaic installation on the building’s roof and yard, where they install solar systems each semester.

As the world transitions to cleaner forms of energy, jobs in energy management offer an opportunity for continuous change and growth. “We provide graduates a strong base to work from and connections for further professional development. The strongest skillset needed by energy managers is the ability to network, learn and keep up with changing technologies.”

To find out more about the program at Northeast Wisconsin Tech visit the Program Profile on the CREATE website.
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College Announces Two New Solar Energy Technology Courses
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As NWTC’s solar energy program evolves with the goals of providing employers with an up-to-date, skilled workforce, two new four-credit courses are being developed that will be part of the Solar Energy Technology Associates Degree. They are:
  • Solar, Storage, & EV Charging
  • PV Monitoring and Troubleshooting
Along with these new courses, NWTC received an Energy Innovation Grant that provides for a new energy storage system for the Great Lakes Energy Education Center. With additional Energy Innovation Grant funding, we hope to get the building to NET ZERO, offsetting all electrical and natural gas equivalent energy. This project, providing student hands-on experience, would consist of a PV carport, more energy storage, and several EV charging stations, with infrastructure for high-speed charging.
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This semester, the Energy Management Technology students kick-off their work with the City of Green Bay. Students will provide a comprehensive energy audit of three fire department buildings. We are partnering with UECN member, Slipstream, and the City of Green Bay to provide these audits. This service-learning project allows students to use data logging, infrared imaging, blower door testing, and building energy simulation skills on a real-life project.

For additional information visit: NWTC

Equity & Excellence in Higher Education Conference 

The DeafTEC Resource Center is partnering with the Association on Higher Education And Disability (AHEAD) to provide a unique professional development opportunity for faculty and disability services personnel on fostering equitable higher education experiences for students with disabilities.
DeafTEC is supporting teams from 20 community colleges to attend AHEAD’s Equity & Excellence: Access in Higher Education Conference July 17-21, 2023 at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, OR.
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Each team will consist of a STEM faculty member and a staff/faculty from disability services. Each member will receive $1,850 travel stipend to attend the conference. Throughout the conference, DeafTEC will host a topical “thread” on STEM programming and access for students with disabilities, including pre- and post-conference workshops and activities. We may also tap into the expertise of some of our group to participate as panelists in our sessions.
Our goal for supporting teams to participate in this conference includes not only providing a content-rich experience, but also the opportunity for relationship building. Participants will connect with a network of colleagues with whom they can share ideas and discuss issues and experiences in STEM programming, for students who are deaf or hard of hearing as well as those students with other disabilities.
More information about this opportunity and how to apply can be found at

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 CEWD Announces Reimagined Energy Industry
Fundamentals Course for High School Students 
The Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD) is excited to announce the upcoming launch of its reimagined Energy Industry Fundamentals curriculum. Designed for high school juniors and seniors as well as adult learners, this purpose-built coursework will engage, inform, inspire, and educate the next generation of energy professionals. 

The energy industry is at an inflection point that is bringing generational change to its sources, infrastructure, and workforce. U.S. energy sector jobs increased by 4% from 2020 to 2021, outpacing growth in overall U.S. employment. In total, the energy industry added more than 300,000 jobs in 2021, increasing from 7.5 million in 2020 to more than 7.8 million in 2021. There’s never been a better time for future workforce candidates to pursue a career in energy.

To recruit this new generation of energy professionals, CEWD has reimagined its current Energy Industry Fundamentals curriculum to ensure a skilled, diverse energy workforce. 

The redesigned course prioritizes representation and inclusion, reflecting the diversity of the next-generation energy workforce and the wide range of career opportunities across the sector. It leverages learning science best practices and multimedia content to deliver an engaging and comprehensive introduction to the energy industry, focused on career pathways, transformational trends and issues in decarbonization and technology, and fundamental concepts in energy generation, transmission, and management. 
CEWD’s reimagined and modernized Energy Industry Fundamentals curriculum will be available to educators and students in Summer 2023.
BEST Annual Impact Survey 2023 
Hands in the airWe are asking for your opinion of Building Efficiency for a Sustainable Tomorrow (BEST) Center's quality and effectiveness.

This survey covers the Spring 2022 through Winter 2023 timeframe. It should take less than five minutes to complete. Even if you have completed this survey in the past, we would appreciate your participation again since this is an annual evaluation. Please complete this survey by March 6, 2023. Here is the link.

For those who work mostly outside of education, we hope you will still provide feedback. BEST Center relies upon the input of industry and other stakeholders to guide educators and students along productive pathways that benefit all of us. At the end of the survey, you will have an opportunity to share your impressions regarding BEST Center and/or its resources. 

All responses will be kept confidential. The survey results will be analyzed by Preferred Program Evaluations, the external evaluator for BEST Center, who will share findings with BEST Center to help assess and improve our work.
If you have questions or would like to discuss a possible collaboration, contact Larry Chang, BEST Director, at
CREATE Coffee Hours Providing Opportunities for Energy Faculty to Network and Share Ideas
Cup of coffee and keyboardSince Oct 2022, the CREATE Network has been hosting monthly coffee hours on a variety of topics. The topic selection is based upon what is of specific interest or challenges facing faculty.  This was designed to be an opportunity for faculty to network and share ideas with colleagues who may have similar challenges.   We have held 4 events, each attended by about a dozen different faculty from around the country.  These events are not recorded, as we want participants to feel like they can speak freely, however notes are summarized and posted on the CREATE website so others can go back and see what ideas were generated. 

Our first coffee hour was held in October, and the topic was free and cheap recruiting.   This event was well attended, as many energy faculty have stated they struggle with getting enough students to enroll in their classes.   Again, the notes are posted, with the hope that others can go back and try some of the ideas suggested.  We plan to revisit this topic on a regular basis as it is an ongoing struggle for faculty. 

The November topic was on Energy Monitoring equipment, where several faculty shared some the equipment/software they use to teach.  December was on teaching an Alternative Energy Course and January was on Advisory Boards.

The Faculty Energy Coffee Hours are held on the third Monday of each month at 12PM PST/PM CST/3PM EST. Our next topic Free Stuff for Educators is scheduled for Monday, March 20th.  If you would like to attend, please email:

To see the minutes from these meetings, please talk a look at Faculty Coffee Hours webpage.
If you have ideas for an upcoming coffee hour, please reach out to Gabie or Jennifer.
The CREATE Update
Calendar of Events
CREATE Energy Webinars
CREATE will be continuing our webinar series in 2023. Planned topics include Solar Photovoltaics, Wind Energy, Energy Storage, SCADA, Renewable Energy Employment, and Women in Energy.

Upcoming Webinars:
Exploring Grid Resilience as an Approach to Evaluating Energy Technologies March 3rd at 10AM PST/12PM CST/1PM EST
To register email
Scanifly: The Next Generation of Energy Technology April 14th at 10:30AM PST/12:30PM CST/1:30PM EST
What Clean Energy Education Providers Should Know About the IRA Date TBD
Please visit the CREATE website to view recordings of past webinar events, and sign up for our email list to get updates as future speakers and dates are announced.     
STEM Virtual Solar Institute April 2023

Would you like to learnScreen shot of people in virtual workshop how solar PV works & develop lesson plans for your classroom? Please join CREATE for the Virtual PV Solar Institute.

Included with the course:

  • Six complete solar PV lesson packages (and access to many more!)
  • $200 in solar PV equipment to implement CREATE’s lessons (classroom solar module, electrical meters, solar power meter).
  • Professional instruction using CREATE’s lessons and equipment in your classroom.
  • Opportunity to win up to $1000 through Teaching Innovation competitions by demonstrating effective use of your lesson plan in the classroom.
  • Lab equipment award application to request student sets of solar PV equipment to support teaching solar in your classroom (valued at $1200).
For additional information and to apply, visit the CREATE website.
Wisconsin STEM Educator Solar PV Institute Applications Open for Summer 2023!
Faculty mebers under solar panel display at workshopLearn how to teach solar principles in effective, engaging ways in your classroom! Join us in Madison, Wisconsin for the STEM Educator Solar Institute. At the Institute, you’ll use tools of the trade to install and commission a residential size solar photovoltaic array.

You’ll review and practice necessary safety measures and electrical principles. Finally, you’ll perform (and take with you) ready to use hands-on classroom lab activities that will enable you to bring solar energy to life in your classroom.

When & Where: Tuesday, July 11 - Thursday, July 13, 2023
What You Will Get:
  • Class morning and afternoon at Madison College’s Commercial Avenue solar laboratory
  • Hotel accommodations in downtown Madison for two nights provided, along with breakfast and lunch
  • $600 stipend paid to participants after full completion of the Academy.
  • One graduate credit available (estimated cost $60)
  • Lab Equipment Award application to request student sets of solar PV equipment to support teaching solar in your classroom  (valued up to $1200).
Additional information and the application can be found on the CREATE website at under the events tab.
For more information view our YouTube Video. 
Contact Joel Shoemaker at if you have any questions about the workshop.
Delaware STEM Educator Institute
July 18-20, 2023

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Would you like to learn how to teach sustainable energy principles in effective, engaging ways in your classroom?

Join us at Delaware Tech for the STEM Educator Energy Institute. At the Institute, you will learn fundamentals of Energy Efficiency and Solar (photovoltaics).  During this three day Energy Institute, we will look at data analysis, energy efficiency and solar photovoltaics.

You will get to use tools of the trade to evaluate solar locations for suitability, perform data logging to perform an energy audit of a classroom, and provide resources and lesson plans you can take and implement in your school. 

Finally, you’ll perform (and take with you) ready to use hands-on classroom lab activities that will enable you to bring renewable energy, energy efficiency and data analysis to life in your classroom.

When & Where: Tuesday, July 18th — Thursday, July 20th 2023. Class morning and afternoon at Delaware Technical Community College in Dover, Delaware.

  • Hotel accommodations provided, along with breakfast and lunch
  • $600 stipend paid to participants after full completion of the Academy
  • One graduate credit available from Colorado School of Mines (estimated cost $60)

For more information and to complete the application visit the CREATE website.

We look forward to seeing you in Delaware!

NSF ATE Summer 2022 Grant Writing Workshop
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Workshop Focus: Participants in this workshop will learn about the NSF Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program and how to most effectively apply for grant funding. Faculty must propose a specific project to improve an ATE-eligible technical program in a one page proposal. One page proposals will be reviewed from now until April 1 and proposals will be either accepted or sent back for corrections and the website will remain open until the workshop and a waiting list are full. Workshop activities will include presentations; planning and writing sessions with mentors who have had extensive experience with ATE and NSF; and networking with colleagues from similar institutions around the country. Two faculty from each college will receive stipend support. Applicants accepted before March 1st get extra benefits like free HiTec registration.
When: June 14th-16th, 2023

Location: Virtual 

Eligibility:  Full-time STEM discipline faculty involved in technician education programs from two-year colleges are preferred. Two faculty per college are eligible and colleges may also send a grant writer as a third team member. Teams of two or three are strongly encouraged. Administrators, staff, and part-time faculty will be considered on a case by case basis.

Stipends and Support: Each participant will be eligible for a $500 stipend upon the completion of the workshop. An additional stipend of $250 to each of two faculty will be available upon submission of an ATE proposal in the October 2023 competition.

Ongoing Support: The mentor assigned to each college team will continue throughout the year to support each college’s efforts to write a complete proposal. This will include creating pre- and post-workshop milestones, webinars, suggesting resources, and providing feedback both for proposal writing and in the award process.

To register for the workshop, visit the website at National Science Foundation (NSF) Sponsored Grant Writing Workshop at: or if you have any questions about activities, please contact Dr. Kathleen Alfano at (co-PI of CREATE and Mentor Up).

NSF ATE Grant # 2032835
Contact us at:
 Kenneth A. Walz, Ph.D.
 CREATE Principal Investigator
 Madison Area Technical College
 1701 Wright Street
 Madison, WI  53704-2599
 Office: (608) 246-6521

Gabrielle Temple
CREATE Project Manager
College of the Canyons
26455 Rockwell Canyon Road
Santa Clarita, CA 91355
(661) 362-3024

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No.2201631. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material do not necessarily reflect those of the National Science Foundation.
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