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Energy is Everything Education Program Fellow at The Energy Coalition in San Diego - AmeriCorps - September 1 start

6/18/2021 7:00:37 PM The Energy Coalition
Job Fellowship The Energy Coalition Monthly Stipend $2255 End of Program Award $10000


Position Title: Energy is Everything Education Program Fellow
Term of Service: Full-time, September 1, 2021 – July 31, 2022
Time requirements: 40 hours/week; 1,700 hours in an 11 month term

About Climate Corps AmeriCorps
AmeriCorps is a national service commitment that meets a community’s critical needs in education, public safety, health, and the environment. Climate Corps AmeriCorps partners with local government, educational institutions and nonprofit organizations across California to provide full-time service opportunities in the Bay Area and the Greater LA and San Diego Area supporting communities’ critical needs in building climate resilience. Climate Corps AmeriCorps fellows dedicate 1,700 hours of service in exchange for leadership and career development, and a living stipend supported by our AmeriCorps grant. Climate Corps AmeriCorps is an exciting opportunity for service-minded individuals who are passionate about building climate resilience for communities. For more information, please visit

About The Energy Coalition
The Energy Coalition (or TEC, pronounced “tech”) is a nonprofit organization with over 45 years of experience designing and implementing strategies that transform energy use and inspire people to take responsible energy actions. TEC works closely with K-12 school districts, local governments, special districts, and other public entities to develop energy efficiency strategies and projects that support statewide energy goals. TEC has employed AmeriCorps fellows to support resource saving programs, supporting educators in program implementation, and building capacity in reaching underserved populations. To learn more, visit

Description of duties:
Three short-term team members (11 months) based in The Energy Coalition (TEC) San Diego office and focused on supporting and expanding core energy, climate, and environmental programs offered through TEC. Particular emphasis on expansion and development related to at-risk, formal, and informal service populations. The Fellow will support statewide education, training, and workforce development initiatives at TEC, with a particular focus on building partnerships with disadvantaged communities and populations throughout California.

Additionally, the Fellow will support in-class and field-based activities through direct student education, community activities, and the development of new materials and offerings. The Fellow will support engagement via TEC’s platforms and the development of engaging content for online education, training, and engagement through live webinars, video recordings, and more.

The Fellow will have opportunities to travel to and work in TEC’s statewide offices (reimbursable), including Irvine, Los Angeles, San Diego, and Oakland. The Fellow will support statewide activities and attend various TEC training and team-building functions that may require travel throughout the cycle.

TEC will follow all regulations and recommendations suggested by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to maintain a safe work environment. Fellows will be working remotely and asked to follow these regulations and recommendations, as well as those suggested by the California Department of Education for safe re-opening of local educational agencies (LEA).
- Jr. Energy Manager Certification Program
- 650 Students minimum enrollment
- Engage the educators and secure enrollment
- Weekly check-ins
- 1 Million Energy Actions
- Engage educators and enroll into the campaign
- Weekly check-ins
- Events (frequency varies)
- Plan, prepare, and present events
- Coordinate scheduling
- Weekend and evening events are required and based on educator and partner requests
- Equity reports (as assigned ~20 hours/report)
- Compile demographic data on communities of interest
- Identify key contacts, existing organizations and resources
- Gap analysis
- Collect, quality check, process, and analyze data
- Program data reporting
- Collect, compile, and analyze survey responses
- My Future Energy Career tasks
- Research, outreach, and engage to potential STEM Heroes
- Schedule time to interview
- Act as a ‘director’ during interview filming (if STEM Hero is not filming themselves)
- Edit videos using Adobe Premiere Pro and one of the pre-created editing templates
- Submit video for review and additional edits
- Once approved post video to YouTube channel
- Follow up with STEM Hero
- Recruit, train, and manage Field Educators

Basic Eligibility
AmeriCorps fellows must:
- Be US citizens or legal permanent residents
- Have a high school diploma/GED
- Be 17 years old or older
- Pass state criminal and FBI background checks, and a national check in the Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Registry
- Test negatively for tuberculosis
- Be able and willing to commit to the 11-month service term
- Be able and willing to work remotely if needed due to ongoing COVID-19 public health considerations and shelter-in-place orders.

Desired qualifications/characteristics:
- Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, engineering, or relevant field;
- Experience or interest in working with public agencies;
- Experience conducting presentations (in-person or by webinar) to diverse audiences
- Comfortable working with external industry partners via phone, email and in-person;
- Ability to quickly learn and understand fundamentals of building systems, building energy performance, energy efficiency concepts, energy project financing terminology, best - practices, and assessment/measurement;
- Comfortable working with (and learning) databases and data entry, as well as analysis;
- Experience with data analysis (i.e. utility bills), compute energy efficiency calculations using standard templates and methods;
- Possess strong analytical skills demonstrated by the ability to capture and analyze data in a spreadsheet format; Strong MS Excel skills;
- Experience with technology platforms including but not limited to: Google Suites, Slack, Salesforce, GIS, Python, Microsoft Suites is preferred;
- Excellent organizational and time management skills;
- Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks;
- Ability to complete assignments in a thorough, accurate and timely manner;
- Attention to detail and follow-through in tasks that meet contract deliverables;
- Proficient in English (verbal and written)

Benefits of service
- Professional skill building activities
- Creating or expanding their professional network
- Teaching TK-12 students about sustainability, conservation, and energy efficiency topics
- Work in a collaborative and professional environment
- Gain skills in partnership building and outreach
- Interact with professionals in various high-demand energy careers
- Travel between TEC’s offices
- Receive a living allowance stipend of $2,255 per month
- Receive free MEC healthcare, child care support, and qualifying federal student loan deferment throughout your term of service.
- Upon the successful completion of your 1,700 hours and term of service, receive a Segal Education Award of $6,345 and a California for All Education Award of $3,655.
- Receive ongoing training & support, including a 4-day orientation, monthly trainings, a 2-day retreat, and personal professional development support.
- Benefit from the robust, ever-growing Climate Corps network of partner organizations and alumni.
- Develop sustainability skills, implement impactful climate change resiliency projects, and build partnerships in your community.

Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Statement
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