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senate Bill S. 2449

21st Century Energy Workforce Act of 2018

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      Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
    IntroducedFebruary 15th, 2018

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Title

21st Century Energy Workforce Act of 2018

Official Title

A bill to require the Secretary of Energy to establish the 21st Century Energy Workforce Advisory Board, and for other purposes.

Summary

21st Century Energy Workforce Act of 2018 This bill directs the Department of Energy (DOE) to establish a 21st Century Energy Workforce Advisory Board to develop a strategy for the support and development of a skilled energy workforce. Based on the board's recommendations, DOE shall establish a clearinghouse to: maintain and update information and resources on training and workforce development programs for energy- and manufacturing-related jobs; and act as a resource and provide guidance for secondary schools, institutions of higher education (including community colleges and minority-serving institutions), and workforce development, labor management, and industry organizations that would like to develop and implement such related training programs. DOE shall also establish a pilot program to award grants on a competitive basis to eligible entities for job training programs that lead to an industry-recognized credential. Grant amounts are limited to $2 million for any one fiscal year. The federal share of the cost of a job training and education program using a grant shall be up to 65%, while the non-federal share may not be less than 50% cash.

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