The Student Energy Fellowship provides core energy systems education and builds project and leadership skills for young people to take action on the energy system, through a 8-month virtual program paired with mentorship and a project.
To meet the world’s emissions reduction targets, address the climate crisis, and implement low carbon technologies, they need a capable and diverse workforce motivated to accelerate the energy transition.
A high-level overview of energy systems and project development skills, the Student Energy Fellowship is a program for young people who are looking to take the next step on their energy transition journey.
The Student Energy Fellowship Program is designed for young people interested in and passionate about the energy transition who can commit to developing a project idea with a team or individually over 8 months.
As a multidisciplinary program, the Fellowship aims to help participants find their unique path towards accelerating the energy transition through the many possible career paths available today.
The fellowship hopes that Fellows will continue to use their skills, networks, and experiences from the program to continue accelerating the energy transition beyond the Fellowship.
The program consists of peer learning, project and leadership skills development, mentoring sessions, and networking with Fellows from around the world.
Whether this is your first foray into the energy world or you have already started working in the field, The program curriculum teaches the foundations of project development, providing skills that apply to any level.
Apply here – https://studentenergy.tfaforms.net/73