Educational & Professional Energy Opportunities

1600 K Street NW, Washington, DC
They provide a common educational platform for a wide range of interests in the renewable energy community, focusing on technology, finance and policy. They convene thought leadership forums and create energy industry partnerships to communicate the economic, security and environmental benefits of renewable energy.
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They believe that alternative energy will become more than an alternative. Today’s job shortage in alternative energy for college students will reverse, becoming a talent shortage tomorrow. This talent shortage will be a problem for alternative energy and an opportunity for forward-thinking university students. They intend to help solve the industry’s problem by helping students see and prepare better for the opportunity. Their personal goal is to be valued by tomorrow’s alternative energy leaders in helping students get their first alternative energy job.  
1525 4th Avenue, Seattle, WA
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theGREENprogram (TGP)
30 S. 15th St, Philadelphia, PA
TGP was created for students, by students, to introduce a new model for education abroad- driven by a desire to provide purposeful, hands-on industry exposure at a fraction of the time and cost. TGP attracts students and young leaders who are curious about the world, seek opportunities to break out of their comfort zones, and stand out amongst their peers as global citizens. TGP fuses academic credit, adventure, culture, and service learning to an intensive experience during winter, spring, or summer breaks.
WindAid Panamericana Norte Km. 554 Moche, Trujillo – PerĂº
They are a social entrepreneurship project that provides wind turbines to communities in Peru who are in need of electricity and light. Volunteers who join their WindAid placement program get to build and install a wind turbine in just five weeks. Volunteers enjoy an unforgettable experience and recipient communities in Peru are provided with free electricity to power lights, computers or other electrical items to help improve the standard of living, improve teaching conditions and support the start-up and growth of small businesses. Working with the recipient community, through training and preparation, they help to ensure the wind turbines operate for their entire design life of 20 years and continue to bring the benefits that electricity can provide.