Power52 provides an employment training program for at-risk adults, returning citizens, and at-risk individuals living in Baltimore City and surrounding counties that prepares participants for careers in the solar industry as well as other green job opportunities.
Power52 programs generate 100% solar power that will benefit low-mid income residents with a focus on turning community centers into resiliency hubs, offering disaster relief support to their neighboring communities. These facilities are built directly in the communities they serve by the residents living there.
Power52 Foundation is the first Clean Energy Private Career School specializing in Solar PV installation to be approved by the Maryland Higher Education Commission. In Partnership with Living Classroom’s Workforce Development Team, the Power52 Foundation Private Career School offers an accredited sixteen-week comprehensive training program and wraparound services that ensure that the Trainees are successful. Much like the power itself, the future and opportunities of those it benefits should be sustainable too.
Our long-term community development strategy is designed to break the cycles of poverty, unemployment, under employment and incarceration in our Urban Communities across the nation while simultaneously advancing communities resilience through a sustainable strategy.
Helping future generations is one of Power52's primary goals and lowering our carbon footprint through clean energy is just one of the many ways the program does so.
Creating sustainable community well-being is about jobs, and through Power52's programs there are many opportunities available for the community members involved.