To help veterans explore opportunities in the energy sector, the Center for Energy Workforce Development, through its Troops to Energy Jobs initiative, has prepared this MOS Translator. Some MOS codes do not have a direct translation to an energy job, but that should not be a deterrent for veterans interested in an energy career. Many jobs in the industry do not require direct experience, since training is always provided by employers.
For additional information on the industry and the wide array of career opportunities it offers, visit
GetIntoEnergy.org and TroopsToEnergyJobs.com.
This MOS Translator will help clarify logical entry points into the energy sector.
Learn about apprenticeships, skilled trade jobs, engineering and technical roles, and certainly the business side of the industry. The energy industry is growing and requires a skilled, diverse workforce to power and fuel American life.
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