SEI Student Spotlight: Eli Bowles

Eli Bowles has been in the renewable energy industry for over six years, but enrolled at Solar Energy International (SEI) to jump start his solar training! Eli is currently a Renewable Energy Instructor at the College of Southern Idaho with a background as a Wind Turbine Technician and training specialist.  He brings years of practical and technical experience to his students but came to SEI to deepen his knowledge of solar as the growing industry is where many of his students will seek careers.

“Training at SEI is going to have a phenomenal impact on my classes. Our program is limited compared to SEI. We don’t have the ability to look and see and feel like you do at SEI. The labyard here is so immense and awesome, it is really expanding my knowledge. I have so many ideas to take back to campus to incorporate the hands on learning I’ve experienced these past two weeks” Eli shared of his solar training experience.

He is currently completing his Solar Professionals Trainer Certificate through SEI’s Solar Professional’s Certificate Program which connects quality instructors to SEI’s best classroom curriculum and lab training experience to see first hand what it takes to put on a full solar training program at his college. In the fall, Eli will return to campus armed with his career experience, SEI Certificate Training and his incredible passion for all things renewable to instill his students with a solid education and some sage career advice.

 

 

 

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