Careers in Energy Week
October 16 – 20 is Michigan’s fourth annual "Careers in Energy Week" as proclaimed by Governor Rick Snyder. Careers in Energy Week focuses on increasing the public’s awareness of energy sector careers, which currently employs nearly 99,000 people across Michigan. The governor’s designation of Careers in Energy Week provides an opportunity for students, veterans and others to explore the opportunities a career in energy can offer them.
The Michigan Energy Workforce Development Consortium
The Michigan Energy Workforce
(MEWDC) is an industry-led
partnership of more than 30
representatives of industry, workforce,
education, and veterans that
are focused on workforce issues
that are crucial to Michigan’s energy
industry. DTE Energy is a proud member of this consortium.
Michigan STEM Partnership
The Michigan STEM Partnership is
a statewide, non-profit public-private
collaborative that brings
together educators, employers and
policy makers who are concerned
about the lack of STEM skills in
schoolchildren and job applicants.
Get into Energy National Consortium
Get into Energy was designed and launched by the non-profit Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD) to help increase the awareness of career opportunities in the energy industry. CEWD works closely with students, parents, teachers and guidance counselors to teach them just how many opportunities there are in energy sector.
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Explore Exciting Energy Jobs
With the right training and education, you can begin a rewarding and well-paying energy career that benefits millions of people everyday. Explore the many career opportunities in energy today.
The Get Into Energy Career Pathways
Roadmap provides a career pathway and
detailed information for each of the energy
position below, geared toward the needs of
View Pathways Roadmap
Hourly and Skilled Workers
Rewarding, and well-paying careers opportunities are now available in the energy industry such as Service Maintenance, Lineman, and System Operator to name a few.
To find out more, click on the "View Pathway Roadmap" above.
Engineers are a mainstay of the energy industry. At DTE Energy the future holds promising and exciting career opportunities for engineering professionals and exciting work programs for students who are focusing their education on engineering.
There are also many exciting opportunities in the energy industry for professionals in areas other than engineering, like accounting, finance, marketing, supply chain, and many more. We also offer work programs for college students in these areas.
DTE Energy is an equal opportunity employer and considers all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or veteran status.
View a list of upcoming career fairs on the DTE Energy Website.