Clean Energy Technology
Shoreline Community College utilizes community advisory committees in all of its professional/technical programs. Advisory committees create a critical linkage between industry and the College, enabling Shoreline to respond to the needs of a constantly changing labor market.
Members of the committee provide advice regarding the planning, administration, curriculum development and evaluation of programs. Meetings are open to students and all those interested.
Read more about Reeves engaging with Shoreline students.
Specialties: Solar thermal design and installation, Solar photovoltaic design and installation, Entrepreneurship, Excel geek, Sketchup nerd, Project Management, Business Management, Human Resources, Research and Development.
In her first year as the inaugural director of the Clean Energy Technology & Entrepreneurship program at Shoreline Community College in Washington, Louise Petruzzella doubled enrollment from 20 to 40 students, reactivated the industry advisory committee and placed all 10 graduates in jobs.
Time: 10:00-11:30 a.m.