Students work on energy & climate: Summer 2022 internships

There’s never been a better time to work on energy transition strategy, infrastructure investment, climate tech, ESG investing, or sustainability initiatives as an MBA. Here’s a list of where some of our Daytime MBA students are interning in 2022. RELATED ARTICLES

Energy, climate, & cleantech: 2021 MBA summer internships

Internships may still be mostly virtual this summer, but there is no shortage of opportunities for MBA students to contribute on some of the most interesting challenges of our day. Energy, climate, and cleantech hiring is up in 2021. Here’s a sample of some of our students’ internships this year. — RELATED ARTICLES:

Video: “A Bright Future: MBA Career Options in the Energy Sector”

Video - Energy Careers

Executives from across the energy sector share their perspectives on MBA career prospects in a new video from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. “It’s a tremendously exciting place to work and develop a career,” says Rebecca Kujawa, a Duke alumna who is Vice President of Business Management at NextEra Energy Resources.  “The opportunity to […]

NextEra Energy Resources VP, Rebecca Kujawa, shares insights about energy trends & technologies

Video: Rebecca Kujawa, Vice President of Business Management for NextEra Energy Resources

Rebecca Kujawa (Duke BA ’97), Vice President of Business Management for NextEra Energy Resources talks about trends in the power sector, the future of the electric utility, and policy developments to watch in our latest EDGE Chats video.   — RELATED ARTICLES Watch more EDGE Chats videos with executives    

EPA’s Clean Power Plan: Why states should use mass-based goals

Pablo Taccioli

by Pablo Taccioli, MEM/MBA ’16 This article was written in response to a seminar given by Rebecca Kujawa, Vice President, Business Management at NextEra Energy Resources in an EDGE Seminar on Sep. 30, 2015 at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. This article voices one student’s perspective and does not necessarily represent the views of either Duke University […]