“One of the most rewarding aspects of attending the NC Clean Tech Summit was talking with the students. Their ideas and enthusiasm were energizing and I was thrilled to share my experiences and mentor future leaders in the clean tech sector.”   Richard G. Kidd IV, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army, Energy and Sustainability

 

“The NC Clean Tech Summit’s objective to connect students with industry experts was more than achieved. My mentor’s industry knowledge helped me narrow my focus for companies I’ve been targeting. From specialization of the company to corporate culture, she was able to help me analyze the parts of companies that weren’t easily “google-able”. “    Trevor Sprague, MBA ‘16

For Professionals

Over the course of the two day Summit, mentors will meet individually or in small groups with students who have applied for a summit mentor. You can expect to meet with North Carolina students pursuing graduate and undergraduate degrees in STEM, Business, Media and Journalism, Policy and Law, who have a keen interest in the Clean Tech sector. Summit mentors provide career advice, thoughts on key experiences in your leadership journey, and form relationships with students who could become future employees or connections.

2018 Clean Tech Mentor Form

For Students

Students will meet individually or in a small group with a mentor over the course of the two day Summit. You will be matched with a professional through the application process.

Application period begins November 1st 2017 and ends February 9th, 2018.

Requirements:   

  • Register for the Summit as a student attendee or sign up to be a UNC student volunteer (Offered through CEE and Kenan-Flagler Programs : Although the volunteer sign up doesn’t begin until January 9th, you can still apply now)
  • Complete the application below and upload your resume.

 

2018 Clean Tech Summit Mentor Program - Student Application