High school students
Be an environmental champion! Win a contest! Learn about energy efficiency, safety and conservation. Decide whether a green career is right for you.
Scholarships and careers
PG&E can help you find a green pathway in college and beyond.
Since 2005, PG&E employee associations have granted $705,334 in scholarships to 397 college-bound students who have demonstrated academic achievements and community service.
Offered at community colleges throughout California, PG&E’s PowerPathway program trains and prepares individuals for high-demand positions at PG&E and throughout the energy sector. Visit Learn more about PowerPathway.
Energize Schools provides project-based Energy Efficiency, Demand Response and Distributed Generation curriculum for high school students, including 2-4 week unit projects, certificates and Career Technical Education courses.
Green 360 is an online career interest profile resource for students to explore careers that match their interests. Visit Green 360.
Energy and environment comprise some of the fastest growing job industries. In 2008, the Centers of Excellence launched a statewide effort to study green industries and occupations. Visit Centers of Excellence for Green Jobs
Go green at your school
Download The Green School: A Guide for Getting Started (PDF, 251 KB) and get community support. Parents, teachers, students, and local businesses can help.
Give this to your teachers and parents
Help your teachers and parents. Download Educational Resources: Attention Teachers! (PDF, 129 KB) and give it to them.