Christopher Turek - Director of Online and Student Services,
Solar Energy International (SEI)
January 15, 2013
Solar Energy International (SEI) is announcing the creation of its Alumni and Friends
Association. Johnny Weiss, SEI’s Co-Founder, in the role of advising consultant,
will help develop the new association beginning January 1, 2013. For more than two
decades, SEI has served more than 25,000 alumni from over 90 countries and has
grown to be one of the most respected professional solar training providers in the
renewable energy industry.
"I am proud of SEI’s leadership in the field. Our mission to help others learn about
renewable energy is as strong as ever, and utilizing solar power has never been more
important. Now is the perfect time to develop our Alumni and Friends Association,"
SEI’s Alumni and Friends Association will be dedicated to helping connect SEI alumni
and long-time solar advocates with each other and to new trainees wanting to get
careers in the renewable energy industry.
“As the renewable energy industry continues growing, it’s important to keep the ‘people
connection’, because it’s the people that make this industry great,” stated Kathy Swartz,
SEI’s Interim Executive Director. “We are pleased that Johnny will be an integral part in
the creation and implementation of SEI’s Association. His vision and spirit will continue
to guide SEI”.
For more information on the SEI Alumni and Friends Association, contact: Chris Turek
at 970-963-8855, ext. 115.
About Solar Energy International (SEI)
Solar Energy International was founded in as a non-profit educational organization to train people in renewable energy technologies. SEI helps people learn about renewable energy by teaching hands-on workshops and online courses. Visit www.solarenergy.org for information about SEI’s educational
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