Careers in Energy Auditing for Arizona Residents

Participants completing the program will earn an energy auditor industry certification through the Building Performance Institute (BPI).


Everblue Energy Inc., in partnership with the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District, will train approximately 150 California residents for careers in energy auditing. Full tuition coverage is provided by the California Energy Workforce Training Program (CEWTP), the largest state-sponsored green jobs training program in the nation.

This collaborative effort combines funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act from the State Energy Program, Workforce Investment Act Governor’s Discretionary 15 percent portion of the federal Workforce Investment Act, Assembly Bill 118 Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program plus public-private partnership matching funds.

Jon Boggiano, principal partner of Everblue Energy, welcomes the opportunity to partner with Grossmont-Cuyamaca to continue California’s goals in green building development.

“Grossmont-Cuyamaca’s commitment to preparing a workforce for careers in energy efficiency is an excellent step toward economic development for the region. We are excited to be a part of this great initiative and look forward to working with Grossmont-Cuyamaca and its local workforce,” said Boggiano.

For more information, please call 800-460-2575 or email

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Everblue, a veteran-owned business, is the nation’s premier training provider for sustainability with course offerings in over 70 locations worldwide and recognized as an industry leader by the US Green Building Council and Building Performance Institute. Everblue’s training of more than 20,000 professionals has helped develop a highly-skilled labor force in the building and construction industry. With this exciting announcement, Everblue adds the partnership with the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District to an impressive list of similar programs at prestigious, highly reputable colleges, including Rutgers, Hofstra, and USC, among others.

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