Energy Action Network (EAN) is dedicated to producing the highest quality research and analysis on a wide range of issues related to meeting Vermont’s energy and climate commitments. The EAN summer internship program began in the summer of 2020, lead by EAN Senior Fellow Christine Donovan. The program was designed for college and graduate-school students excited by EAN’s mission of achieving Vermont’s climate and energy commitments in ways that create a more just, thriving, and sustainable future for Vermonters. Each intern develops and carries out a defined research, writing, and/or social media project directly related to the ongoing work of EAN. You will find each completed project and associated intern profile below.
If you are interested in applying to be an EAN Intern, please sign up for the EAN Newsletter. We plan to open the next application round in the Spring of 2024. In the meantime, a description of the internship and a sample application from 2023 is available here.
Intern Research Projects and Reports
Summer 2022 Intern Cohort
Exploring theWorkforce Implications ofMeeting Electric Vehicle Goals in theVermont CAP, Una Darrell
Designing Equitable Clean Transportation Policy for Vermont, Milena Stier
Summer 2021 Intern Cohort
Workforce Development in Vermont’s Thermal Sector, Raquel Smith
Vermont’s Progress in Equitably Electrifying Transportation, Ellie Curtis
Summer 2020 Intern Cohort
Energy Inequity and Burden in Vermont, Jennah Slayton
Energy Efficiency and Beneficial Electrification in the Northeast Kingdom, Tara Santi