Energy Student Ambassadors represent the Department of Energy (DoE) on college campuses across the U.S. Ambassadors increase awareness, knowledge, and interest in the DoE’s mission and its career and educational opportunities. Students gain networking opportunities, along with resume building, leadership, and professional opportunities. Total monetary compensation can be $3,000 for the academic year, with up to $1,000 in competitive performance incentives.
General responsibilities include making presentations to faculty and staff; branding events and competitions; developing targeted DoE career and educational programs information sessions; educating peers on the new government hiring process; and writing about the DoE, its opportunities, and ambassador successes for DoE, campus publications, and other media.
Applicants must be U.S. citizens able to dedicate a minimum of 20 hours per week.
Deadline for 2012 passed.