The Massachusetts Clean Energy Careers Training & Education Directory aims to connect energy efficiency and renewable energy industry professionals, job seekers, and students with education and training opportunities throughout the state.
Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Program
UPDATE! MassCEC is now accepting applications for the spring session of the 2014 Massachusetts Clean Energy Center Internship Program.
For the spring session of the Internship Program, MassCEC will provide Massachusetts-based clean energy companies with stipends of up to $12 per hour for up to 10 consecutive weeks for each full-time intern, with a cap of $2,400 per intern.
For more information and to apply:
Clean energy businesses interested in hosting a student can find out more information and download and application by visiting the program’s webpage.
Interested students and recent graduates can fill out an Intern Application Form.
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Opportunity Program is a workforce development initiative offered through the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) and New England Clean Energy Council (NECEC) that focuses on enhancing the talent pipeline for Massachusetts companies engaged in the clean energy industry. The program provides paid internship opportunities for college students and recent graduates at Massachusetts-based clean energy companies. Since 2011, the program has placed 395 students and recent graduates in internships at more than 110 clean energy companies across the state. As a result of the internship program, over 40 students gained full-time and part-time employment at their host companies.
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