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Multifamily Housing: Sustainability and Green Jobs

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Tampa Housing Authority Strengthens the Local Workforce Through Energy Efficiency Education Implementation Model

Tampa Housing Authority (THA) incorporates resident education and training to strengthen the local workforce and maximize results of newly invested energy efficiency technologies, helping the city reach energy reduction goals.

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Cuyahoga MHA Creates a Pipeline of Green Jobs, Connecting Residents to Energy Efficiency Implementation Model

Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) is leveraging new and existing partnerships to increase energy literacy and STEM education of its residents, helping to strengthen the local workforce and create jobs for residents.

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The City and County of Denver HA Overcomes Resource Scarcity and Trains Workforce through New Partnerships Implementation Model

The Housing Authority of the City and County of Denver (DHA) joined the SEED pilot program in 2014 to prepare public housing residents for technical jobs by increasing energy literacy, providing learning opportunities, and connecting residents to training so they may pursue energy careers.