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Conley Harris
“The inherent characteristics of our Veterans makes a career path in the energy trade a clear choice. For those who are accustomed to fluid and dynamic environments. Leadership, Discipline, Teamwork are all demonstrated traits, that will be enablers for your future success in the trade.”

Conley Harris

Area Supervisor
Pike Electric, LLC
Former Sgt in the Ninth Infantry Division

“As an engineer, I appreciate that my job allows me to think innovatively and outside the box every day. I am encouraged to bring my full self to work for the betterment of our team.”

Antonio Xu Liu

Senior Program Manager
Capital Strategy
National Grid

“I got into line work because I was trying to build my career and learn new skills, and I learn something new every day in my job. A lot of trade careers have a ceiling that limits advancement, but as an apprentice line worker, you can do pretty much anything.”

Emily Crowley

Apprentice Line Worker
Entergy

“My favorite part of my job is seeing the customer reaction when we can provide service to their family. That brings me joy. I love what I do so much that I have never missed a day of work in 32 years.”

Major Early

Meterman
Georgia Power

Pat Vincent-Collawn

“Energy careers provide a necessary service for our way of life. Careers in the industry are available in every state and encompass a wide variety of jobs, ranging from scientific and technical disciplines to business and administrative positions. For those interested in pursuing an energy career, you have a vast array of potential disciplines to choose from – engineering, finance, accounting, marketing, law, bio services, human resources d even like me journalism – there’s something for everyone.”

Pat Vincent-Collawn

Chairman, President and CEO
PNM Resources

Ed Baine

“I am grateful for the opportunity to pursue a career in the energy industry. This sector has a significant purpose and offers endless opportunities. By being a part of this industry, you power our nation’s economy and improve the quality of life for millions.”

Ed Baine

President
Dominion Energy Virginia