Mentorship Program

The goal of the Women in Energy Mentorship Award is to invest in our industry’s future by providing students with valuable connections and tools for success, as well as highlighting the outstanding career opportunities available within the energy industry.

Jobs in the energy industry offer advancement, security, interesting connections, and rewarding work. Our members include women and men working in various areas, including HVAC companies, manufacturing, fuel dealers, fuel truck and equipment sales, insurance agencies, media organizations, technology firms, and more.

To learn more about some of our members and their histories, we invite you to view our quick video.

We created the Women in Energy Mentorship Award to help students launch careers within the energy industry.   Each year, we present this award to an elite group of women who are currently attending (or planning to attend) a technical college or trade school with plans to join the energy industry.


Congratulations to our 2019 Winners!

These women were recognized at a special dinner held during our annual Conference, Sunday, May 19th, at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center. They had an opportunity to connect with our members, complimentary conference fee, complimentary overnight hotel accommodations and a student membership.  Who will be our 2020 Winners?  In order to be recognized and win an wonderful opportunity, you need to apply!

 

From left to right:  Dee Perla, Autumn Schreiber and Celeste Moquin


Our 2020 program has just been announced!  We will again be offering three (3)women the opportunity to join us at our annual conference to be held at the Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, CT for a 2-day conference.

Click here to get the read more about the process and also to get the 2020 Application.  2019 was the first year of this new program, you can read what one of the schools has to say about this new award – check it out!

The deadline for receipt of any applications is April 1, 2020.  Please share the information and encourage women to apply for this honor.