[BHS Etree] BHS New Energy Academy and PG&E Feb 29, 2012
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Two years after the creation of Berkeley High School’s New Energy Academy (formerly the Green Academy), PG&E and Berkeley High held this event to give an update on these select students and the program that focuses on energy and the environment.
The History: To better prepare students for growing opportunities in the energy and utility sectors, PG&E partnered with the California Department of Education to establish the New Energy Academy Program in 2010. This three year program for high school students provides a technical education, $1,000 college scholarships for the inaugural graduating class and $100,000 toward classroom enhancements and curriculum development.
Berkeley High School was one of five schools selected to participate in this program. PG&E has committed $1 million to support the academy.
The event was on Wednesday, February 29 in the Berkeley High School Library.
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