Apply today for the Veterans Advanced Energy Fellows – Deadline August 16th

The Atlantic Council Global Energy Center is now accepting applications for the second cohort of  Veterans Advanced Energy Fellows through August 13th at 11:59 p.m. EDT.

The Veterans Advanced Energy Fellowship seeks to create a cadre of future leaders within the advanced energy industry. A successful fellow will become a peer mentor, advocate, and spokesperson for other veterans, reservists, and military spouses, helping to solidify the advanced energy connection to national security and the mission-driven progress of veterans’ employment in advanced energy. Advanced energy is defined as leading-edge energy technologies including solar, wind, batteries, microgrids, advanced nuclear, electric vehicles, end-user energy efficiency, among other innovations.

“America’s veterans are our nation’s greatest asset, and they have an acute understanding of the role energy plays in our national security,” said General James L. Jones, Atlantic Council executive chairman emeritus, former US national security adviser, and 32nd commandant of the US Marine Corps. “The experience and knowledge veterans gain while serving in uniform is unparalleled, which is why we are tapping this incredible resource to raise awareness of how the evolving energy landscape will be a decisive factor for our future security and prosperity.”

Participation in the fellowship includes monthly policy webinars with experts from the Atlantic Council network; policy development for publication in the Global Energy Center EnergySource blog; fostering connections in the advanced energy industry across local communities; and on-stage participation at the 2021 Veterans Advanced Energy Summit.

Interested candidates can find detailed requirements about eligibility, participation, and applications on our website. Please contact info@vetsenergyproject.org for additional inquiriesApply today!

https://vetsenergyproject.org/fellowship

2020-08-10T20:02:25-07:00August 10th, 2020|Categories: News|
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