Online Biofuels Certificates


Southeastern's Biofuels Program

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Biofuels have become significant sources for transportation fuel in the United States. By using ethanol and biodiesel we can reduceU.S. dependence on foreign oil and significantly reduce pollution. The growing need for a well-trained biofuels workforce is why Southeastern Illinois College has committed to providing high-quality and convenient training to support both the ethanol and biodiesel industries.  Our program prepares students to find a position in the biofuel industry, transfer to a senior institution for advanced training, or participate in an entrepreneurial role in this field.

Informational Flyers:   Fall 2016    Spring 2017   Summer 2017


Curriculum Guides:

  Interested students should contact:

        Benjamin Ross
        Biofuels Program Coordinator
        618-252-5400, Ext. 2248
        Renee Loesche
        Director-BIB Curriculum & Training Development
        Dr. Karen Weiss
Vice President for Academic Affairs
618-252-5400, Ext. 2200

For more information on employment and educational opportunities, click on the links below:

Career Coach                          Career Services                      Career Opportunities

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