Constellation has identified high schools, technical/vocational schools, and two- and four-year college partnerships that will ultimately create a robust pipeline that benefits the communities we serve. We foster these partnerships through scholarship and education program funding.
“We partner with local high schools, community colleges, and universities for an invaluable opportunity to educate local students within STEM concentrations and incentivize their motivation for future mentoring, internship, and full-time job opportunities within the company. This approach creates a well-established talent pipeline that contributes to our future success,” said Drew Griffiths, Quad Cities, Illinois-based Plant Manager of Quad Cities Generating Station.
We also are establishing internal and external partnerships with utility infrastructure programs and organizations such as Chicago Women in Trades, Hire360 and others that will result in STEM-related jobs.
Workforce development is a priority as we continue to build a more diverse, equitable and inclusive workforce.