With such a range of careers offered, TEP is a workplace that job seekers should explore.
TEP has partnered with Southwest Gas to create a new Energy Technology Certificate program for Pima Community College.
Kathleen Bethel, CEO of SARSEF, writes about TEP’s longtime support of the foundation, including its title sponsorship of the regional science fair this month.
Tucson Electric Power is sponsoring scholarships for University of Arizona and Pima Community College students who are interested in electric energy jobs. UA and Pima students can apply for scholarships between $1,000 and $3,000 each from the RMEL Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides educational opportunities for students pursuing careers in the utility industry. The
As a result, the schools are expected to save more than 1 million kilowatt hours of energy.
TEP has partnered with Arizona-based businesses to install more than 20,000 LED bulbs to local schools this school year.
TEP has donated $85,000 to Tucson Values Teachers for its Tucson Supplies Teachers program to provide teachers with much-needed basic classroom supplies.