In conjunction with the Haas Center, the TomKat Center will provide stipends to Stanford undergraduates who wish to work on a sustainable energy project with significant social impact.
Spend 8 weeks next summer working as a team with fellow undergraduate students on a multifaceted project that will provide a blueprint for the generation of renewable energy. You will be based at Stanford under the direction of TomKat personnel but will interact with a broad range of mentors, professionals, and experts on the technology, policy, and business aspects of the project. You will gain hands-on experience in all aspects of the project's management. Fellowships are Cardinal-Quarter-eligible.
The summer 2018 Energy Impact Project will explore the technical, economic and regulatory barriers to wider adoption of renewable natural gas (RNG) in California with particular focus on the pathway(s) to facilitate pipeline injection.
Undergraduate students (any year or major) who have a passion for renewable energy and who enjoy working on projects that have tangible social value. Some relevant technical and project management experience or skills would be a plus. Creativity, curiosity, resourcefulness, and the ability to work in collaboration with others are paramount.
This immersive 8 week summer program will include:
A complete fellowship application includes the following components:
The personal statement questions are your opportunity to express why you are interested in this particular fellowship experience. The selection committee is interested in both your personal and academic reasons for applying to this program. Please ensure that you are specific in your responses to the questions, yet succinct. Each response should be approximately one paragraph (4 to 6 sentences) in length.