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MassCEC Announces Launch of 2013 Clean Energy Fall Internship Program Students and recent graduates can now apply online for paid internships at Massachusetts-based clean tech companies
– August 22, 2013 – Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) CEO
Alicia Barton today announced MassCEC will begin accepting applications
for the fall session of the 2013 Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
Internship Program. The program provides paid internship opportunities
for college students and recent graduates at Massachusetts-based clean
the fall session, MassCEC will provide Massachusetts-based clean energy
companies with stipends of up to $12 per hour for up to 10 weeks for
each full-time intern, with a cap of $2,400 per intern.
energy businesses interested in hosting a student can find out more
information and students and recent graduates can apply to the program
by visiting the program’s website page at www.masscec.com/intern.
2011, the program, a partnership between MassCEC and the New England
Clean Energy Council (NECEC), placed 328 students and recent graduates
in internships at more than 110 clean energy companies across the
state. As a result of the internship program, 40 students gained
full-time and part-time employment at their host companies.
this summer’s internship round, a record number of 125 companies and
914 students and recent graduates applied to the program.
Created by the Green Jobs Act of 2008,
the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is dedicated to
accelerating the success of clean energy technologies, companies and
projects in the Commonwealth—while creating high-quality jobs and
long-term economic growth for the people of Massachusetts. Since its
inception in 2009, MassCEC has helped clean energy companies grow,
supported municipal clean energy projects and invested in residential
and commercial renewable energy installations creating a robust
marketplace for innovative clean technology companies and service