Environmental Intern – Washington DC
Organization: Solar Energy Industries Association
Position Title: Environmental Intern
Location: Washington DC
Hours & Compensation: $15/day travel stipend; September 2 – December 20, 2013
Application Deadline: August 23, 2013
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is the national trade association of solar energy manufacturers, dealers, distributors, contractors, installers, architects, consultants, and marketers. We work to expand the use of solar technologies in the global marketplace.
Interns at SEIA will have the opportunity to be a part of a prominent national trade association and participate in federal advocacy efforts on behalf of the solar energy industry. Interns will be involved in all aspects of SEIA’s economic, policy, and markets research efforts. Projects vary from projecting the impact of federal policies on solar energy deployment and employment to collecting market and supply chain data.
- Exposure to green technology, environmental, and clean air policy research areas
- Attend industry meetings and make contacts
- Learn about policy analysis, renewable energy technology, climate change initiatives
- Learn about energy markets
- Become familiar with trade association functions and structure
Ideal candidates will be available at least 15 hours per week, demonstrate an interest in energy and environmental policy, and possess strong writing skills. Candidates should also keep up with current events, and have the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Computer literacy (online research, familiarity with Word, Excel, etc.) is expected. The following additional skill areas are a plus: environmental economics, knowledge of current climate change initiatives.
Academic Majors: Undergraduate or graduate students in economics, policy analysis, environmental studies, biology or other related field.
How to Apply:
Please submit a cover letter and resume to John Smirnow with the subject “Environmental Intern” at email@example.com. Positions are open until filled.