Energy Ally is looking for highly motivated, self-starting, innovative, and resourceful individuals who are passionate about energy, sustainability, and social impact to participate in our Entrepreneurship Internship Program and assist in one or more key areas of company formation. The internship program is a unique opportunity to gain real-world experience working in a mission-driven startup that aims to disrupt the energy industry and create immense value for our community.The successful candidates will be given one or more assignments at the beginning of their internships that will need to be completed within a 12-week period. Interns may work remotely but will be expected to provide regular updates on how they are progressing with their projects via teleconference. At the end of the engagement, all candidates will be invited to give a presentation to the Energy Ally team on their projects.The projects that will be assigned to the interns represent key needs facing our company and candidates will be given a high degree of autonomy to effect a successful outcome.Area of Focus: Marketing & Public RelationsBelow are some examples of projects in which the successful candidate may be involved.Develop an online marketing strategy, work plan, and processes required to run effective marketing campaigns and achieve objectives (e.g., increase awareness, engagement, followers, and subscriptions).Research the dominant social media platforms (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn) and develop guidelines on how they should best be utilized to increase our following, build our email database, and drive increased traffic to the Energy Ally marketplace.Develop a framework and benchmarks to monitor and assess the performance of our social media and other online marketing activities (e.g., SEO, SEM, PPC). Research, develop, and implement various social media marketing campaigns and promotions.Develop promotional material, content and campaigns focused on our target audience and sub-segments.Manage Energy Ally’s social media channels including Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube.Actively seek out strategic marketing partnerships to expand Energy Ally’s reach and build our target audience.For other available internship opportunities, please see other Energy Ally postings.Qualifications & RequirementsCandidates are required to have excellent problem-solving, organizational, written, verbal, research and digital skills.The ability to self-direct, work independently, and deal with ambiguity is also a must.Candidates enrolled in graduate or higher level of education in a related field are preferred, but this is not a requirement. We favor competence and passion over degrees.Prior experience in energy, sustainability and social impact sectors are a big plus.Time Commitment & LocationThe internship program requires a commitment of 16 hours per week over a 12-week period during the Fall and Spring semesters; and a commitment of 20 – 40 hours per week over a 12-week period during the Summer. The intern may work remotely but he/she will be expected to be available for regular status meetings that will be held via teleconference. Our office is located at: Energy Ally c/o WeWork, 81 Prospect St., Brooklyn, New York 11201.Compensation & BenefitsThis internship pays $15/hour. During the Fall and Spring semesters, the total number of paid hours is capped at 18 hours per week up to 12 weeks. In the Summer, the total number of paid hours is capped at 40 hours per week up to 12 weeks. The cap on the total number of paid hours per week may vary depending on the position and will be indicated in the offer letter. In order to receive compensation, the intern must be an “Eligible Intern” as defined in NYSERDA’s Program Opportunity Notice (PON) 4000 in order to receive compensation. To be deemed an Eligible Intern, applicants can apply on NYSERDA’s website at: https://www.nyserda.ny.gov/All-Programs/Programs/Clean-Energy-Workforce-Development/NYS-Clean-Energy-Internships/Prospective-InternsApplicants that do not qualify as an “Eligible Intern” as defined in NYSERDA’s Program Opportunity Notice (PON) 4000 may apply but will not be eligible for monetary compensation. We welcome students that are eligible to receive school credits or grants. We will be happy to help you complete all the necessary paperwork to ensure that you get credit for the internship. For more information regarding NYSERDA’s Program Opportunity Notice (PON) 4000, please visit the below website: https://portal.nyserda.ny.gov/CORE_Solicitation_Detail_Page?SolicitationId=a0rt000000MdhViAAJThis is a unique opportunity to gain work experience in a mission-driven startup in the energy sector that is at a critical stage of development. Your ideas will be highly valued, and you will have the opportunity to contribute meaningfully to the success of the company.How to ApplyTo apply please fill out and submit your cover letter and resume via the Energy Ally’s Internship Application Form. Any related inquiries may be sent to: Careers@energyally.com. To learn more about who we are and what we do, please visit our website at www.energyally.com.Energy Ally is dedicated to a diverse workforce. Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.