Join Us: Support policies that harness the full potential of renewable energy in the United States.
Have you ever considered a career in clean energy? If the answer is no, the Department of Energy is hoping you might think again.
At the beginning of January, the DOE announced the launch of the Clean Energy Corps. The Corps is comprised of staff from more than a dozen offices across the DOE, all working together to find solutions to the climate crisis and help implement the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Available positions cover a wide range of skills and experience levels, but all share ‘a mission of supercharging the clean energy revolution.’
Opportunities to join the Clean Energy Corps are available across the country, and many have the option to work remotely. The Corps also notes on its website that they welcome veterans and individuals who have served our country in other capacities, like the Peace Corps.
The Clean Energy Corps is made possible by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, which allocated $62 billion for investments in an equitable clean energy future. That includes taking steps like investing in American manufacturing, creating good paying jobs, expanding access to clean, affordable energy, and by building out the electric grid.
Rapidly deploying renewable energy requires people working across industries and across the country. If you’d like to be part of the Clean Energy Corps or know someone who may be a good fit, you can find the application here.