• Learn the latest in hiring best practices geared towards diversity and inclusion.
  • Dive deeper into specific organizational frameworks and hiring models that are actually working on the field.
  • Participate in interactive workshops geared for candidates and hiring managers.

Monday, August 10 — SunCast Media, a guiding voice in clean energy for more than five years, will host its very first SunCast Career Summit as a virtual experience on September 1st.

The SunCast Career Summit will provide a first-of-its-kind platform that empowers both job seekers and hiring managers with a game plan to seize the right opportunities. The Summit will give a voice to a more diverse and inclusive professional community in the solar and energy storage industry.

Over three days, participants will engage with industry leaders, attend workshops tailored to practical advice, learn specific strategies in group and 1:1 settings, and develop their own game plan for success.

“In the five years since SunCast began, the most common question I get is how do I get a job in solar? But the question I find myself pondering most often is who, not how,” Nico Johnson, Founder at SunCast Media said.

The SunCast Career Summit will start on September 1st, with registrations opening on August 17th at 12:00 pm PDT.

“I think what Nico and the team at SunCast are working on will enable folks from outside of the industry to understand the job opportunities that abound in clean energy, but it will also help the many companies who struggle today with hiring through a D&I lens,” said Catherine McLean, Founder, and CEO at Dylan Green. “I find myself daily in discussions with my clients on this very topic as we navigate their hiring preferences.”

For registration and additional information, visit

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