Student Interns Sought for ACEP Spring, Summer Program

Student Interns Sought for ACEP Spring, Summer Program

The Alaska Center for Energy and Power is looking for utility student interns for spring and summer 2021. Students in the program will gain hands-on experience with utilities around Alaska, learn about the challenges of integrating renewable energy sources into a grid, and become versed in microgrids and associated technologies.

The ACEP Utility Student Internship program consists of a spring semester lecture series, a five-day microgrid boot camp and a 12-week internship during the summer semester.

This opportunity, funded by the Office of Naval Research, is for students in related fields of engineering, computer science and economics, as well as anyone who has an interest in energy.

Please fill out the interest form, and expect application reviews beginning in December. For more information, visit the internship program website or contact Patty Eagan at


Jeremy Vandermeer stands near a microgrid simulator during the 2019 microgrid boot camp on the UAF campus Photo by Amanda Byrd.