Fall Philadelphia Energy Campaign Intern
The Philadelphia Energy Campaign Intern will support with the implementation of the Philadelphia Energy Campaign. The internship will be focused on customer communications for Solarize Philly. The Intern will be expected to conduct 100 phone calls to Solarize customers per week to welcome them to the program and connect them with a Solarize Philly installer. There will also be opportunities to help with Solarize Philly communications and marketing, and the intern may be asked to support on other programs within the scope of the Philadelphia Energy Campaign.
Responsibilities may include:
- Conducting welcome calls and emails for Solarize Philly participants;
- Updating participant information in Salesforce;
- Organizing and attending info sessions and other public outreach events;
- Compiling a report of Solarize Philly outcomes and recommendations;
- Writing blog posts, white papers, or reports about the Philadelphia Campaign;
- Working on energy efficiency grant applications;
- Performing outreach to multi-family property owners.
- Current undergraduate or graduate student;
- Demonstrated interest in energy, sustainability, climate change, advocacy, education, urban studies and/or other relevant topics;
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision;
- Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal skills;
- Maturity and a high level of professionalism;
- Detail oriented and organized;
- Collaborative and enjoys working with others.
This is a paid internship. The intern will be expected to work for 20 hours a week at our office located in Philadelphia City Hall.
Please send a resume and a one-page cover letter explaining why you’d be a good fit for the position to email@example.com.
About the Philadelphia Energy Authority
The Philadelphia Energy Authority is an independent municipal authority focused on issues of energy affordability and sustainability for Philadelphia. In early 2016, in partnership with City Council President Darrell Clarke, PEA launched the Philadelphia Energy Campaign, a $1 billion, 10-year investment in energy efficiency and clean energy projects in 4 sectors: city buildings, public schools, low- and moderate-income housing, and small businesses. We believe that energy is an important vehicle for reducing poverty, improving education, strengthening communities and leveraging public investment.