Organization: American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
Type of opportunity: Internship, full-time
Duties: The intern will assist the Transportation team with their ongoing work on light- and heavy-duty vehicle fuel efficiency. He/she may contribute to the following activities:
- Research and analysis on engine and vehicle efficiency technologies for light- and heavy-duty pickups and vans
- Research on discrepancies between regulatory and real-world fuel economy
- Assessment of economic and consumer issues associated with fuel economy regulations
- Projection of the effects of power plant regulations on the emissions benefits of plug-in electric vehicles
- Any other transportation-related work
The intern’s work may result in a white paper or a conference paper for the 2017 Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting.
- A graduate student in mechanical engineering preferred.
- Previous knowledge of vehicle technology and policy is desired but not essential
Start and end dates: This is a 12-week paid internship in the summer of 2016. The project will require a time commitment of 40 hours/week, but may be flexible for an outstanding candidate
Link to more information: Visit the jobs and internships page.
How to apply: Please send a resume with a cover letter and brief (1-2 pages) writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use “Transportation Program Intern” in the subject header. We review applications on a rolling basis and do not accept calls about our internships.
Application deadline: April 29, 2016