Supporting Department or UnitNicholas Institute for Energy, Environment & Sustainability. James E. Rogers Energy Access Project.
Domestic and international. Various.
Area(s) of interestInterdisciplinary
Weekly commitmentFull-time (30+ hours)
The Energy Internship Program connects Duke students from all majors, backgrounds, and degree programs to summer internship opportunities across the energy sector, including start-ups, utilities, renewable energy developers, large firms, government agencies, and non-governmental organizations.
The stipend amount varies and is based on the location of the internship and format (hybrid/remote), but is intended to cover the cost of living for the duration of the experience. Funding is reserved for students who wish to pursue unpaid or low-paid internships.
Year in schoolNone