Education Program Aims to Spur Clean Energy Venture Formation

A new executive program looks to address a critical clean energy sector challenge - the lack of repeat entrepreneurs and experienced executives involved in the industry. Boston University School of Management’s Executive Leadership Center and the New England Clean Energy Council have partnered to offer the Executive Certificate Program in Leading Clean Energy Ventures. They are hosting an information session on December 13 at 6 p.m. in Boston to help executives learn about the upcoming session, which runs from February to April 2011. The program is designed for proven leaders with at least ten years senior management experience in the technology or business community, who are looking to transition into clean energy. It will combine seminars, lectures, case studies, lab visits and capstone projects. If you are thinking about making the move to the clean energy industry, check it out. This post was authored by Founders Workbench.

 
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