All Summer 2023 internships have been filled. We will announce open applications for Summer 2024 interns in Fall 2023. Thank you for your interest!
The Business Network for Offshore Wind’s internship program allows top communications, media arts/design, and public policy undergraduate students the opportunity to shape an important and growing renewable energy industry. The internship program is a minimum of 10 weeks with flexible start and end dates. To apply for an internship at the Network, please review the application process below, then submit your application online.
About Business Network Internships:
We equip our interns with the experience needed to excel in their future career – and to advance renewable energy in their profession. We provide interns hands-on work in an environment where they can work alongside fellow interns from the nation’s best schools and the Network’s team of experts. Each intern will have the opportunity to work one-on-one with a Network mentor to develop an internship work plan and receive performance feedback.
Business Network interns collaborate with the communications, design, event, policy, operations, and management teams to gain experience in non-profit management as well as subject-matter knowledge of offshore wind renewable energy.
My experience as an intern with the Business Network opened the door to the center of the offshore wind industry and allowed me to be immersed in the world of renewable energy. I was able to learn about all aspects of the industry, from the many benefits it provides local communities and nations around the world to how the supply chain works, all while making valuable connections, cultivating practical business skills, and attaining applicable industry knowledge that I have taken with me forward in my career.
.Aybala Sen, manager of policy data & research, and former intern at the Business Network
An overview of the internship positions are below. The position description gives an overview of the position, role and responsibilities, and the hands-on experience that will be earned within the role. Review the position descriptions and apply to the internship role that fits for you. Interns will work out of one of the Network’s offices in Baltimore, MD; Providence, RI; or Portland, ME. Remote internships will also be considered.
- Business Development Internship description (filled)
- Digital Products Internship description (filled)
- Event Planning Internship description (filled)
- Communications Internship description (filled)
- Graphic Design Internship description (filled)
- Marketing Internship description (filled)
- Policy Internship description (filled)
How to Apply:
The Network’s internship program is open to rising undergraduate seniors and recent graduates. To apply for an internship at the Network, submit your application online, including the following information:
- A cover letter that describes why you believe renewable energy is important and specify the department you are interested in joining (Communications & Media Relations, Marketing, Graphic Design, Events, Education & Outreach or Public Policy).
- A resume
- Work samples. Include writing and/or photography/video or design portfolio (as relevant)
- A list of references (recommendation letter is a plus)
Ideal candidates will have excellent writing and editing skills and must have a keen interest in offshore wind renewable energy. We look for, but do not require, candidates with an interest in research, business development, and general organizational administration, photography, social media, and videography experience.