Become an EDF Climate Corps Fellow!

Become a Climate Corps Fellow!  Megan Rast (UC Berkeley) spent her summer helping eBay manage energy use and carbon output.  EDF Climate Corps embeds trained students from leading business schools with top tier companies that need to develop practical, actionable energy efficiency plans.

Why become a Climate Corps fellow?  As an EDF Climate Corps fellow, you are working directly inside a leading corporation and leaving them with tangible recommendations that will save money and help the environment.  Tom Grasso, a Marlboro MBA Faculty member, works for EDF.

Sustainability is a broad field. Climate Corps fellows deepen quantitative and technical skills while becoming more effective change agents for sustainability.
By participating in Climate Corps you’ll grow your network of sustainability professionals exponentially with established relationships with 50 other fellows, 3 years of Climate Corps alumni, EDF experts, and contacts at your company to help you throughout your career.

Minimum qualifications

Superior oral and written communication skills, including presentation skills
Self-starter with strong project management experience
Graduate-level background in financial analysis
Consulting, corporate advisory or large company experience
Eligibility to work in the United States during the summer 2011
Resourcefulness and ability to work both independently and on cross-functional teams

Preferred qualifications

MBA candidate and/or graduate
Engineering background
Demonstrated experience working on energy efficiency, energy or sustainability projects or initiatives
Familiarity with climate change and energy issues
Environmental passion

For people that meet the requirement of corporate experience, and have demonstrable engineering or project management experience, as well as energy efficiency/sustainability initiatives they can brag about, this program may be a good fit.  Applications are due February 17th.


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