The American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) is seeking a Policy Intern to help advance renewable energy through legislative and regulatory advocacy. ACORE represents the nation’s leading renewable energy developers, manufacturers, and investors along with corporate electricity consumers, electric utilities, and many other diverse industries that comprise America’s renewable energy economy.
The ideal candidate has strong skills in research and writing, as well as the desire to impact positive change on energy policy. Interns will report to the Policy Manager. This is a paid internship.
This position is based in Washington, D.C., but remote opportunities are available.
Candidates are invited to apply for the Policy Internship by submitting a cover letter, resume, and writing sample. In the cover letter, candidates should explain what they would like to gain from an ACORE internship and why a career in renewable energy interests them. For the writing sample, candidates should submit no more than two pages that demonstrate an ability to synthesize information.
The Ørsted Mentorship Program
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 on 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 during and after the ACORE internship. If you are interested in the Ørsted Mentorship Program, please indicate in your cover letter why you feel you would be a good candidate.
Deadline to apply for Summer 2023 semester: March 3, 2023
Deadline to apply for Fall 2023 semester: July 7, 2023
Deadline to apply for Spring 2024 semester: November 3, 2023