Undergraduate students pursuing degrees in Engineering, Environmental Science, Finance are encouraged to apply for a paid remote eight-week internship at 8minute Solar Energy. The company is the largest privately held developer of solar and storage projects in the United States.
Apply for 8minute Solar Energy Remote Summer Internship
8minute Solar Energy is the largest privately held developer of solar and storage projects in the United States. They are headquartered in California with primary offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Sacramento.
The company holds many industry records, including the development of the largest solar plant in the nation, the first operational solar plant in the U.S. to beat fossil fuel prices, as well as the Eland Solar & Storage Center, the lowest cost PPA for a new generation of fully dispatchable solar-plus-storage baseload power plants.
8minute is a solar industry leader in technology, engineering, and development innovations.
Through the paid eight-week rotational internship program, students will have the opportunity to be exposed to various aspects of the development cycle by working within each of our functional groups.
Interns will be provided with guidance and mentorship from members of staff to help ensure success during the internship.
They are seeking students who bring a sense of curiosity, exhibit leadership abilities based on their current involvements on campus, and have a strong interest in the renewable energy field.
Interns will need to show strong communication abilities given a fully remote working environment and commitment to working three days per week for the duration of the program.
Upon completion, interns will receive academic credit.
Application process is ongoing.
- Candidates should be currently in pursuit of an undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited university in Engineering, Environmental Science, Finance, etc.
- Strong Excel and research capabilities are required
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