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​​​​​​​Workforce Development Program

Atlantic City Electric is partnering with three southern New Jersey vocational schools and four local workforce development boards to facilitate a comprehensive workforce development program aimed at educating the clean energy workforce of tomorrow. The initiative includes four programs:

  • The Get into Energy Math and Boot Camp workshop is focused on applied math skills specific to the energy industry and teaches concepts that are critical to success for energy industry job opportunities. The workshop provides individuals with the necessary math concepts required to successfully complete employment testing for jobs in the energy industry. 
  • The Women in Sustainable Employment (WISE) Pathway is a course designed for women to explore non-traditional, in-demand jobs in the construction, gas, water, electric, and energy industries. The program is a 40-hour curriculum that provides women the opportunity to learn about career paths in these related fields.
  • The Atlantic City Electric Line School is a four-week program offering hands-on instruction to students seeking a career in the energy industry as a line worker. The course covers the fundamentals of line work and provides class participants with training in the areas of bucket truck and equipment operations.
  • The High School Energy Career Academy is a four-year program focused on preparing students in grades nine through 12, for entering post-secondary education or moving directly to employment with a utility company. The extensive program model not only helps students to build their knowledge of the energy industry, it also includes employability skills and integrated academic components as well.

To learn more, contact your local workforce development board.

  • Atlantic County Workforce Development Board – Call 609-485-0153 ext. 4853
  • Cape May, Cumberland and Salem County Workforce Development Board – Call 856-696-5660 ext. 3018
  • Camden County Workforce Development Board – Call 856-751-1500
  • Gloucester County Workforce Development Board – Call 856-384-6930

For more information about the High School Energy Career Academy, contact one of three partnering South Jersey vocational schools.


Emergency Services Partnership Program (ESPP)​

The P​HI companies of Atlantic City Electric, Delmarva Power and Pepco manage the Emergency Services Partnership Program to build relationships with key stakeholders including the police, fire and emergency management personnel who work side-by-side with our employees when disasters strike. 

The Emergency Services Partnership Program provides education to ensure first responders have the proper safety information to keep them, their teams, and the general public safe.  Programs include training for police, fire and public works personnel regarding electricity and natural gas, with representation from each stakeholder during emergency response drills and exercises.​

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​Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD)​​

The Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD) was formed to help utilities work together to find solutions for workforce shortages in the utility industry. It is the first partnership between utilities, their associations, contractors, and unions to focus on the need to build a skilled workforce pipeline that will meet future industry needs.

The CEWD is at the forefront of communicating the skills and knowledge necessary for current and future workers.  Additionally, CEWD partners with educators across the country to create scalable career pathways for energy jobs.


The Energy Providers Coalition for Education (EPCE)​

The Energy Providers Coalition for Education (EPCE) offers up-to-date and relevant online energy programs that meet the emerging needs of the energy industry. EPCE’s programs are targeted specifically for careers in the energy industry and are designed for working adults pursuing more education while balancing work, family, and other person​al commitments.

Earn a certificate or a degree through Energy Providers Coalition for Education (EPCE) online energy education. This is a great opportunity to make an investment in you and your career. PHI receives a tuition discount for its employees.

  • Certificate or AAS in Electric Power Technology from Bismarck State College
  • BS in Electrical Engineering from Clemson University
  • Smart Grid and Renewable Energy Courses from Bismarck State College
  • Graduate-level education in Power Systems Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute​

EPCE's industry-endorsed education and training has helped thousands of individuals gain a competitive advantage. Learn about accomplishments of employees in the energy industry and get inspired to create your own success story!​

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