The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity (ACCCE) is now accepting paid internship applications for Summer 2013. As an Intern at ACCCE, students will have many opportunities for personal and professional growth. Working one-on-one with their ACCCE mentor, students will interact with our partnership of industries to support policies that promote the use of coal, one of America’s largest domestically produced energy resources, to ensure a reliable and affordable supply of electricity to meet our nation’s growing demand for energy.
At ACCCE, we recognize that technology has been a major driver in reducing the environmental impact of coal-based generation, and we are focused on supporting investments that will bring the next generation of advanced clean coal technologies to the marketplace to further reduce emissions – including the capture and safe storage of CO2 emissions. To learn more about the campaign visit www.americaspower.org.
The eight-week summer internship program in Washington, D.C. offers a generous stipend, plus a D.C. Metro Card for transportation to the office each day. Interns are expected to commit 20-40 hours per week to their work at ACCCE. For more information about the summer internship program and to download detailed program description and application please visit our career website at: http://www.cleancoalusa.org/about-us/careers. Students interested in becoming an Intern at ACCCE must follow the application process and submit the application and supporting documents no later than April 1, 2013 to firstname.lastname@example.org.