This is Careers in Energy Week, and Southwesters throughout our service territories share why #IGotIntoEnergy. pic.twitter.com/AdkQSM4Hdz
— Southwest Gas Corp (@SWGas) October 19, 2018
JEA employees are proud to work for an industry that powers our nation! You can, too. Browse our many career opportunities at https://t.co/cGj4tt4Pu3. #IGotIntoEnergy #CareersinEnergyWeek pic.twitter.com/9CYRr9KNyh
— JEA (@NewsfromJEA) October 17, 2018
We’re celebrating #CareersInEnergyWeek 2018! Hear from one of our employees on why he got into the #energy industry and learn how you can too. Visit https://t.co/RHHUO97swZ to learn more. #IGotIntoEnergy #GetIntoEnergy pic.twitter.com/IGggGGsHCn
— Washington Gas (@washingtongas) October 17, 2018
Have you ever considered a career in the #energy industry? Learn how one of our engineers, Kayla Ramirez, got into #energy & is helping to ensure the safety of our #natgas systems. Learn more about opportunities at Washington Gas: https://t.co/RHHUO97swZ #IGotIntoEnergy pic.twitter.com/F5TZMdchCz
— Washington Gas (@washingtongas) October 18, 2018
We’re sharing videos of employees explaining why they enjoy working in the energy sector during Careers in Energy Week. Today’s video features Janith, a Systems Specialist Project Leader in our Information Technology department. #IGotIntoEnergy #GetIntoEnergy #MyNatGasJob pic.twitter.com/xRC1H98o1K
— Central Hudson (@CentralHudson) October 19, 2018
We’re sharing videos of our employees this Careers in Energy Week. Today’s video features Marvyn, Central Hudson Director of Electric System Design. Follow the @aga_naturalgas & @Edison_Electric to learn more about careers in energy. #IGotIntoEnergy #GetIntoEnergy #MyNatGasJob pic.twitter.com/MtaqzoHkEy
— Central Hudson (@CentralHudson) October 18, 2018
Overhead line workers are first responders when the power goes out. Find out more about making money while being trained for this in-demand career at https://t.co/PJm5Ln6NoR. @hfcc pic.twitter.com/INiNG0XmXl
— DTE Energy (@DTE_Energy) April 29, 2019
We operate in a dynamic and changing industry. Here’s how we’re attracting and retaining top talent to help us build a clean, affordable #energy future: https://t.co/4NhMw0zBAL #CareersinEnergyWeek #IGotIntoEnergy #cleanenergy pic.twitter.com/pzqo2IfKDQ
— Xcel Energy SD (@XcelEnergySD) October 15, 2018
#CareersInEnergyWeek: Do you have a passion for new technologies, like #electricvehicles or #solarenergy? NRECA research analyst Kaley Lockwood does! Learn more about exciting energy careers: https://t.co/KtYJ5sYGxb #IGotIntoEnergy @GetIntoEnergy pic.twitter.com/TnX42VhhJ4
— NRECA (@NRECANews) October 18, 2018
See why Georgia Power Lineman Cody Anderson picked a career in energy after serving in the military. #IGotIntoEnergy #GetintoEnergy #CareersInEnergyWeek pic.twitter.com/t3pnYGjtOs
— Georgia Power (@GeorgiaPower) October 20, 2018
We’re celebrating #CareersInEnergy Week 2018. Our own Major Ealy shares just a few reasons why folks get into the energy field. Learn more at https://t.co/nYwMEQzaCx #IGotIntoEnergy #GetintoEnergy pic.twitter.com/nDx1A5TxQG
— Georgia Power (@GeorgiaPower) October 18, 2018
During #CareersinEnergyWeek, participants who work in the energy field share their why #IGotIntoEnergy. BGE is joining in on the fun! Check out the video to hear Khary Clark, Electrical Operations Manager at BGE talk about his prosperous career in energy. pic.twitter.com/maoODDAvyM
— BGE (@MyBGE) October 19, 2018
Amber Nicholls is one of the few Corrosion Technicians at BGE. Throughout her 8 year career here she’s held several male-dominated positions – check out her why #IGotIntoEnergy video. #CareersinEnergyWeek pic.twitter.com/FsmtratuSN
— BGE (@MyBGE) October 19, 2018
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