Department: Corporate Engagement
Reports to: Executive Vice President, Corporate Engagement
The Corporate Engagement Manager at ACORE works to recruit and retain corporate support of ACORE’s programs through membership and sponsorship offerings. This position will serve as an essential member of the corporate engagement team conducting direct outreach to current and prospective members, managing the ACORE prospect pipeline, developing targeted outreach efforts, managing member data and tracking key membership contacts and relationship touchpoints.
The Manager will utilize knowledge of the renewable energy sector and understanding of ACORE’s mission to support the continued growth and expansion of ACORE’s membership base, while helping to ensure that current members are appropriately engaged in ACORE’s various work streams.
For this position we seek a proactive self-starter, with excellent written and verbal communications skills, who is detail-orientated and eager to join an energetic team working hard to grow the organization and make an impact in our industry.
This position is based in Washington, DC though all staff are currently working remotely due to COVID-19.
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ACORE is committed to workplace diversity and inclusion. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.
Department: Policy & Programs
Reports to: Vice President of Programs and Content Strategy
The Director of Research promotes the transition to renewable energy through high-quality original research, modeling and data analysis. This position works closely with the ACORE policy and programs team to closely monitor market trends and commercial activities and use quantitative methods to analyze the impact of policies on the renewable energy industry. This position will play a key role in the development of high-quality reports, fact sheets and other publications. The ideal candidate will have subject matter expertise on renewable energy and related business issues; have at least five years of research and analytical experience; and have a demonstrated track record of producing high-quality written materials and successfully executing multi-faceted projects.
This position is based in Washington, D.C., although all staff are currently working remotely due to COVID-19.
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Internship applications are welcome from students and recent graduates who are committed to making renewable energy the focus of their career paths. All ACORE internships are paid.
Intern program participants engage in research, writing, and cross-departmental assistance based on their interests and the organization’s current focus. ACORE interns are also responsible for the development and presentation of an individual research project. This project focuses the intern’s attention and knowledge on a facet of the renewable energy industry, preparing them to seek career opportunities in that area. Interns work on their presentations by researching a topic of their choosing and interviewing members of the renewable energy sector, as well as potential employers, through personal introductions by staff and networking opportunities.
ACORE is committed to social and economic justice as part of the transition to a greener future, and is actively working to cultivate a culture of inclusion and equity within the renewable energy sector. To this end, we have partnered with Ørsted to connect select interns with an industry mentor who will serve as a resource for them during and after the ACORE internship. For more information on the Ørsted mentorship program, please contact Mario Da Silva at email@example.com.
Please submit a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. In your cover letter, let us get to know you by explaining what you would like to gain from an ACORE internship, why you want to pursue a career in the renewable energy industry, and what kind of career paths are of interest to you. Please indicate the specific ACORE department(s) for which you are applying.
Deadline to apply for Summer 2021 semester: March 5, 2021
Deadline to apply for Fall 2021 semester: July 9, 2021
Deadline to apply for Spring 2022 semester: November 5, 2021
Who should apply? Internship applications are welcome from rising seniors, new graduates and graduate students personally committed to making renewable energy the focus of their future career. We welcome applications from many majors, and from all U.S. universities. Please note that ACORE does not assist with obtaining visas to work/study in the U.S.
Where will you intern? ACORE’s office is based in Washington, D.C. At this time, we anticipate a virtual/telework format for internships.
Are the internships full-time or part-time? Internships are customized to individual interns’ schedules. Most interns work with ACORE for 2 or 3 days of the week for up to 10 weeks. All of ACORE’s interns are expected to work part-time.
Is this a paid program? Yes, ACORE internships are paid. Upon approval of your internship application, we’ll discuss compensation details.