Shell Career Fair Week
Sep
18
to Sep 19

Shell Career Fair Week

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Please join Shell on MIT’s campus to learn about student and graduate opportunities they have! See link HERE for more details about different programs within the company.

SHELL Career fair week events:

General info session – 9/18, 9PM, Room: 6-120

Course 12 info session – 9/19, 11am, Room: TBD

Course 10 info session – 9/19, 6PM, 66-110

Course 1 info session – 9/19, 12pm, Room 1-236

Course 2 info session – 9/19, 6pm, Room 1-150

GRADUATES WANTED FOR INTERNSHIPS & FULL‑TIME JOBS - APPLY TODAY!
Shell is in search of remarkable people, from all different backgrounds and disciplines, who can apply their imagination, intelligence and determination in helping us create a more sustainable energy future. That is why we are seeking remarkable graduates like you to join our team!

2019 Application Dates:

Graduate full-time employment applications are open now.

Internship applications are open August 26 – December 15, 2019.

Discover the opportunities at www.shell.us/students.
 

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Oct
2
6:00 PM18:00

Muddy MWh - October

Join your fellow energy nerds at the Muddy to talk about all things energy over drinks and free pizza. Kick back, relax, and socialize Energy Club style! 21+ with valid government-issued ID and MIT ID (don’t have an MIT ID? Tag along with someone who does!)

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Sep
4
6:00 PM18:00

Muddy MWh - September

Join your fellow energy nerds at the Muddy to talk about all things energy over drinks and free pizza. Kick back, relax, and socialize Energy Club style! 21+ with valid government-issued ID and MIT ID (don’t have an MIT ID? Tag along with someone who does!)

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Aug
7
6:00 PM18:00

Muddy MWh - August

Join your fellow energy nerds at the Muddy to talk about all things energy over drinks and free pizza (courtesy of the Muddy!). Kick back, relax, and socialize Energy Club style! 21+ with valid government-issued ID and MIT ID (don’t have an MIT ID? Tag along with someone who does!)

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Jul
10
6:00 PM18:00

Muddy MWh - July

**July edition will be on the 2nd week of the month**

Join your fellow energy nerds at the Muddy to talk about all things energy over drinks and pizza. Kick back, relax, and socialize Energy Club style! 21+ with valid government-issued ID and MIT ID (don’t have an MIT ID? Tag along with someone who does!) Starting in June there will be a suggested $3 contribution for pizza (until the fall semester starts).

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Jun
5
6:00 PM18:00

Muddy MWh - June

Join your fellow energy nerds at the Muddy to talk about all things energy over drinks and pizza. Kick back, relax, and socialize Energy Club style! Muddy MWh meetups are the first Wednesday of the month. 21+ with valid government-issued ID and MIT ID (don’t have an MIT ID? Tag along with someone who does!) Starting in June there will be a suggested $3 contribution for pizza (until the fall semester starts).

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May
1
6:00 PM18:00

Muddy MWh - May

Join your fellow energy nerds at the Muddy to talk about all things energy over drinks and free pizza. Kick back, relax, and socialize Energy Club style! Muddy MWh meetups are the first Wednesday of the month. 21+ with valid government-issued ID and MIT ID (don’t have an MIT ID? Tag along with someone who does!)

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Apr
4
to Apr 5

2019 MIT Energy Conference: Tough Tech & The 2040 Grid

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What will power grids look like in 2040? What should they look like?

Will fusion revolutionize electricity production?
Will solar and wind grow from 7% to over 30% of global power?
Will energy storage and grid expansion tame intermittency?
How can utilities simultaneously decarbonize and adapt to distributed generation and electric vehicles?
How can start-ups and policymakers help them?
How will the electrification of transport and heating impact the role of oil and natural gas?
How can venture capital foster not only digital start-ups but also tough tech, such as long duration batteries?
Will better designs and policy buoy nuclear fission reactors?
How best to harness the cheapest power source of all, energy efficiency?

These questions and more will be explored at the 2019 MIT Energy Conference: Tough Tech & The 2040 Grid.

We warmly invite you to join the conversation!
Buy your tickets here

Speakers & Presenters include:
Greentech Media’s Energy Gang: Stephen Lacey, Katherine Hamilton, & Jigar Shah
Katie Rae, CEO of The Engine
Commonwealth Fusion Systems
Ralph Izzo, CEO of PSEG
Form Energy
Emily Reichert, CEO of Greentown Labs
Chris Matthews, Wall Street Journal energy reporter
Peter Fox-Penner, CSO of Energy Impact Partners, Director of BU’s Institute for Sustainable Energy, former Chairman of The Brattle Group
Carl Stjernfeldt, North America Venture Manager at Shell Ventures
The Clean Energy Prize Finals
and many more. For more speakers and the topics they’ll be discussing, visit our content page here.

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Apr
3
6:00 PM18:00

Muddy MWh - April

Join your fellow energy nerds at the Muddy to talk about all things energy over drinks and free pizza. Kick back, relax, and socialize Energy Club style! Muddy MWh meetups are the first Wednesday of the month. 21+ with valid government-issued ID and MIT ID (don’t have an MIT ID? Tag along with someone who does!)

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Mar
6
6:00 PM18:00

Muddy MWh - March

Join your fellow energy nerds at the Muddy to talk about all things energy over drinks and free pizza. Kick back, relax, and socialize Energy Club style! Muddy MWh meetups are the first Wednesday of the month. 21+ with valid government-issued ID and MIT ID (don’t have an MIT ID? Tag along with someone who does!)

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Feb
22
12:00 PM12:00

Fuel for Thought: Three Ways to Enter the Clean Energy Industry

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Join the MIT Energy Club as co-President Nick Devonshire leads a discussion of what working at a developer, utility, and financier is like and how to get in. Open to the MIT Community (MIT ID required), registration encouraged and lunch will be provided. Click here to read a blog post overview of what will be discussed. Registration encouraged!

Nick Devonshire is a 2019 MBA candidate at MIT Sloan. He spent the past summer in the Principal Transactions group of Macquarie. Prior to MIT, he worked as a private equity associate at New Energy Capital, co-founded SparkFund, and worked as a consultant at ICF International and Bloom Energy. He’s passionate about growing innovative energy companies and strengthening their ties with capital markets. He graduated from Dartmouth College, where he converted a Greyhound bus to run on waste vegetable oil and solar power.

Fuel for Thought is a new recurring event from the MIT Energy Club with different topics and speakers each time. Always free and open to the MIT Community (MIT ID required). Send us an email on any discussion topics you'd like to see covered in the future!

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Nov
7
6:00 PM18:00

Muddy MWh - November

Now held on the first Wednesday of the month, Muddy MWh meetups have returned! Join your fellow energy nerds at the Muddy to talk about all things energy over drinks and free pizza. Kick back, relax, and socialize Energy Club style!

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Nov
2
to Nov 4

MIT EnergyHack 2018

Now in its 4th year, the MIT EnergyHack brings opportunities for learning, problem solving, and networking to the forefront as teams develop rapid, innovative solutions to the problems in energy that our society faces today.

For students, the MIT EnergyHack is a helpful platform to learn and understand real-world challenges, generate ideas, find startup partners, and win cash awards. For companies, the Hackathon acts as a powerful crowd-sourcing platform that generates a breadth of potential solutions to the environmental and energy challenges that these companies face.

 

After two days of teams competing to develop novel solutions for specific, energy and environmentally-minded challenges, an awards reception will be held, and the winning teams will receive prizes and recognition from the EnergyHack's sponsors.

 

Please visit the Hackathon's main website for more information.

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Nov
1
6:30 PM18:30

The $150 Billion Decommissioning Challenge in Oil Gas

The decommissioning of oil wells and platforms is expensive, complex, and becoming increasingly important. By 2040, up to 3,000 oil and gas platforms will need to be decommissioned. The costs are equally staggering: in the North Sea alone, these decommissioning costs will reach in excess of $150 billion. While these projects are fraught with technical, operational, and organizational complexity, there is an enormous value opportunity to aligning governments, operators, and contractors to deliver this work safely and efficiently.

Learn how The Boston Consulting Group is driving change on this topic and helping both companies and governments with this significant challenge. Register here.

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Oct
19
6:30 PM18:30

MIT Energy Night 2018

Now entering its 12th year, MIT Energy Night showcases over 50 interactive presentations highlighting MIT’s unique innovation in energy, annually drawing over 1000 attendees. Presenters include MIT research labs, early-stage start-ups based on MIT technologies, and other energy-focused companies. This year’s event will take place 6:30 - 9:30 PM on Friday, October 19 at the MIT Museum.

 

Register for this free event on Eventbrite!

 

Please visit MIT Energy Night's main website for more information.

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Muddy MWh - Relaunch!
Oct
17
6:00 PM18:00

Muddy MWh - Relaunch!

Don't call it a comeback. Muddy MWh meetups have returned! Join your fellow energy nerds at the Muddy to talk about all things energy over drinks and pizza. Kick back, relax, and socialize Energy Club style. See you this Wednesday, October 17th, 6pm-8pm!

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Sep
20
6:30 PM18:30

MIT Energy Club Kickoff!

Get involved with the largest club on campus and learn about the different resources available to energy-interested students. Talk one-on-one with students from the Energy Club's communities and flagship events about how you can expand your presence in the energy field beyond the classroom. Free food and friendly faces :)

Please RSVP here: http://bit.ly/ECKickoff2018

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