Jingoli Power is committed to giving back to the communities where we work. Jingoli Power’s “Competitive Edge” program was designed to ensure a project’s dollars remain in the community to help build a stronger local economy and workforce.

Competitive Edge

On our project sites, the Competitive Edge program:

  • Provides job training and apprenticeships to local residents and area teens interested in STEM careers;
  • Recruits minority-owned and women-owned small businesses as subcontractors;
  • Assists minority- and women-owned businesses in areas of safety, project document controls, cost estimating, project scheduling and staffing utilization;
  • Encourages its subcontractors to hire locally; and
  • Makes purchases from community-based suppliers.

Live Classroom

Jingoli’s “Live Classroom” program also provides real-time learning opportunities for high school students interested in pursuing construction, engineering and architecture careers. In partnership with project area schools and community groups like the Boys & Girls Club, Live Classroom students meet one day a week for 3 months with Jingoli team members and guest speakers to expose students to a range of careers and industries. The program places its graduates in early employment opportunities. Over 100 Live Classroom graduates have been hired by Jingoli or its partner contractors.

Our Commitment to Veterans

Jingoli Power also has a long track record of hiring veterans from all service branches. Why hire vets? They have proven leadership abilities and work ethic, and they work well on high-performance teams and on problem-solving in high-stress environments. They possess expertise in personnel management, and they know how to analyze, interpret, and present data in an agile environment. In fact, our proprietary mobile solution JARVIS was built by a U.S. Army Special Operations veteran who developed technology and communications solutions for the U.S. Special Forces’ Green Berets.