Solar Job Fair

GRID Alternatives, a national solar nonprofit, is teaming up with the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) to provide a dedicated space for job seekers and solar companies to connect!

Where: San Diego Convention Center - Room 23
11 W. Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101

When: Tuesday, May 2, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

JOB SEEKERS:

Now is your chance to meet face-to-face with over 20 top, industry employers to start your solar career or take it the next level. In addition to engaging with employers that are hiring, you can also network and meet new contacts in the industry.

RSVP for the Job Fair

Please note: When you register for the Solar Job Fair, you will receive a promotional code for a complimentary expo pass to California Solar Power Expo.

JOB FAIR EXHIBITORS: 

  • A-C Electric Company
  • Aerotek
  • Baker Electric Solar
  • GRID Alternatives
  • Horizon Solar Power
  • Newpower
  • Renovate America
  • Solar City TESLA
  • Southern CA Solar Energy
  • Sullivan Solar Power
  • Sun Systems Technology
  • Sunrun, Inc.
  • vivint Solar

EMPLOYERS: Get in front of hundreds of talented job seekers!

Don't miss your chance to participate in the first ever Solar Job Fair at California Solar Power Expo to meet, interview, and hire diverse and talented job seekers. Attendees will include GRID Alternatives trainees who have direct hands-on experience installing solar, California Solar Power Expo conference attendees, students of job training organizations, and residents of southern California looking to start or advance their solar careers.

Your booth fee includes:

  • 10' x 6' space
  • Paper identification sign with company name
  • (1) 6' draped table
  • (2) chairs
  • (2) complimentary registrations to California Solar Power Expo
  • (2) lunches
  • Listing on the event website and mobile app

For more information, contact Paul Cleary at pcleary@gridalternatives.org

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GRID Alternatives is the nation's largest nonprofit solar installer. Their mission is to make renewable energy technology and job training accessible to under served communities.

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