The DCSEU is Hiring Interns!
Are you a DC resident looking to make a difference in your community? The DCSEU is looking for passionate, driven, and creative members to join our team. They will work with DCSEU on high impacts projects focused on our mission to provide energy savings to local businesses and residents.
Program Areas include Solar Energy, Project Management, Office Management, Marketing, Engineering, Data and IT, and Account Management starting January through May 2020.
Ideal Candidates will have:
- Strong communication and research skills
- Passion for Environmental, Energy, or Sustainability research or development
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
- Experience working in cross functional teams
- Experience engaging with local community members
- DC resident; 18 years+ of age
- Working towards a bachelor’s, master’s, or other degree in a related field in the Academic 2019-2020 year
- Strong personal commitment to the mission, vision, goals, and values of VEIC
- Interest in the energy industry, marketing, and/or data software
Hourly Rate starting at $15/hour for 20 hours per week
Visit https://www.dcseu.com/about/careers for available positions.
The DCSEU is Launching a New Fellowship Program!
The DCSEU Fellowship Program serves as a next step in research and educational development for students pursuing degrees in energy efficiency and sustainability. Fellows will apply their expertise, background, and experience to DCSEU ongoing and new projects to formulate new solutions and research proposals.
The Fellow will have the opportunity to engage with various departments at the DCSEU ranging from innovation, public policy, engineering, and account management to identify key areas of growth and opportunity. Fellows will be challenged to think independently and identify areas for growth at the DCSEU while recommending innovative solutions moving forward.
Fellow Program Request
- Outstanding candidates will demonstrate experience in research projects, stakeholder engagement, and strong communications skills.
- Must be a DC Resident pursuing a Masters or Doctoral degree in energy, environmental science, public policy, or sustainability in the Academic 2019-2020 year.
- Must be able to work a minimum of 30 hours per week from January through August 2020.
Stipend: $28,000; no benefits
To learn more about either of these opportunities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org