Experience experience experience. That is what an internship entails; work experience, social experience, life experience. This internship has me enthused at the fact that I will have an experience of learning and creating, putting all my knowledge to the test. The Clean Energy Fund internship started with meeting the internship team, talking about our tasks and responsibilities, what we would like to gain from our experience, and what our advisors wanted from us.
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My initial thoughts on the two studies at hand (the Equine Center Installation and the Comprehensive Campus Renewable Energy Feasibility Study) were admittedly a bit scattered during the first week or so. I found myself wondering what exactly I would be documenting over the summer, and what the public is going to be most interested in.
Clean Energy Fund
For summer 2012, five undergraduate students were selected for the Clean Energy Fund Internship Program. The interns worked on the technical aspects, outreach and documentation of two CEF projects: Equine Center Solar Photovoltaic System (2009-2010 project) and the Comprehensive Campus Renewable Energy Feasibility (2010-2011 project).
There are two ways to get involved with the Clean Energy Fund:
The CEF will sponsor student internships dedicated to clean energy on campus. Applications for these funds from internship sponsors and applications for internships from interested students will be received and evaluated on a rolling basis. Possible internships may include: campus energy management, energy accounting, energy mapping, installations & feasibility studies, outreach and marketing, and documentation.
Clean Energy Fund Annual Budget: $25,000
Spring 2012: CEF Events Intern, Julia Breul '12