Spring 2022 CCFC Intern Position Now Open!

C CFC is pleased to share the launch of the Spring 2022 term of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities University Workforce Development Program (CCUWDP). This spring, CCUWDP is offering 50 workforce development program positions across the nation and applications are now available.  This is a wonderful opportunity for students looking to gain experience in the energy and transportation areas. Please pass this information along to anyone you know who may be interested in one of these positions. Applications are due January 12, 2022. If you have any questions, please email Amanda McAlphin below. 

Clean Cities University Workforce Development Program Spring 2022

The Centralina Clean Fuels Coalition (CCFC), in collaboration with the Clean Cities University Workforce Development Program (CCUWDP), seeks an intern for Spring 2022. This is a wonderful opportunity for students studying to gain experience in the energy and transportation areas. The CCFC has been in existence in the Greater Charlotte Region for over 15 years and was designated in April of 2004 in the Department of Energy’s Clean Cities program. The Coalition is housed at the Centralina Regional Council, a state designated lead regional organization in North Carolina comprised of Anson, Cabarrus, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, Mecklenburg, Rowan, Stanly, and Union counties.

The mission of the National Clean Cities Program (locally represented by the CCFC) is to reduce petroleum dependence, improve air quality, and expand alternative fuel use and technology. The student that interns with the CCFC will mainly be involved in marketing and public outreach activities including writing and editing articles and creating videos, press releases and scripts. Student interns will have the opportunity to grow public awareness and expand the markets of advanced vehicle technologies, alternative fuels, and practices that reduce the consumption of petroleum. The student can also expect to give presentations to small groups, interview coalition members and outside organizations for key deliverables, and conduct some secondary-source research and report-writing. 

*Due to COVID-19 quarantine rules, this internship may focus more on writing, social media, and research-related tasks. The recipient may be asked to supply their own laptop or computer to work from home with during this evolving situation. 

• Internship available at Centralina Clean Fuels Coalition, a U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities Coalition, working with dynamic regional stakeholders.

• Positions are 15 or 20 hours per week for the semester (15 weeks).

• Internship dates: Jan. 18 – April 25. Exact start/end dates determined by individual schedules.

• Stipends range from $2,520 – $4,200 for the semester depending on academic classification and number of hours assigned.

Please submit your cover letter and resume by January 14, 2020 to admin@centralina.org AND submit an application to Amanda McAlphin at amcalpin@anl.gov and Marcy Rood at mrood@anl.gov.

If selected, interns will be notified by Jan 18th, 2022. 

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