ThinkEnergy is an innovative, student-centric program focused on experiential learning for both undergraduates and graduate students. It exposes students to a wide variety of energy topics including technology, policy, entrepreneurship, and research. We believe the skills our students develop through this program will help them become leaders in whatever fields they choose to pursue.
ThinkEnergy connects students with faculty, industry professionals, entrepreneurs, investors, and government officials. It often gives students an opportunity to operate outside of their comfort zones, developing competencies that are dissimilar to what they learn in their courses. Past students have built solar installations, launched startups, published policy reports, led research projects, sold clean energy credits, repaired wind turbines, attended DOE conferences, and completed a variety of energy-related internships. The program offers a stipend and/or travel support.
The Great Lakes Energy Institute is pleased to open the application process for our 2020-21 ThinkEnergy Fellowship.
Full-time Case Western Reserve University students from all programs/schools are encouraged to apply. More information is in the attached pdf.
Interested students should apply here by 9:00 AM on Monday, March 9th. Interviews will take place March 16 – April 3. Please email Mark Haberbusch, email@example.com, with any questions about the program.
For more information, please plan to attend one of the ThinkEnergy Info Sessions:
- Thursday, February 6th, 3 pm in PBL 203
- Monday, February 10th, 4 pm in Olin 408
- Tuesday, February 11th, 4 pm in Olin 408
- Wednesday, February 12th, 4 pm in Thwing 224