Internship Research

Intern Research

Each year the EAG offers internship opportunities for motivated young people who share an interest in energy-related research and a possible future career strengthening the intellectual capital within the U.S. Government. During the summer months, we run a structured 8-10 week internship program, but also have opportunities throughout the year to craft a valuable and challenging experience, both for the intern and for the EAG. Our intern programs are always fast-paced, rigorous, and focused on energy-related challenges facing our nation’s defense.  If you are interested in learning more, please contact Alan Howard (arhoward@nps.edu) to see if an internship experience with EAG could be right for you.

Icebreaker

Arctic Governance and China’s Claim of Near Arctic State

Elizabeth Francis
Middlebury Institute of International Studies,
International Environmental Policy ‘21
December 2020
EAG Contact: Kristen Fletcher

View PDF

 

Icebreaker

Arctic Policy: Learning from Current Arctic Strategies

Philip DeCocco
Marquette University,
Political Science and Philosophy ‘23
August 2020 (updated June 2021)
EAG Contact: Kristen Fletcher

View PDF

 

Flood

Climate Resiliency of Military Installations: Best Practices for Public-Public Partnerships

Cameron Steagall
Middlebury Institute of International Studies,
International Environmental Policy ‘20
August 2020
EAG Contact: Kristen Fletcher

View PDF

Contact Us - Sidebar

Questions

How can we help with your energy-related education, research, and outreach?
Talk with us