Learn about the MassDOER Volunteer Clean Energy Internship Program

MassDOER seeks interns from different racial, cultural, economic and ethnic backgrounds, regardless of their sexual orientation or disability status.

Who should apply?

DOER offers internships for people interested in working in the clean energy field.   Internships exist for undergraduate, graduate and law school students. 

For How to Apply Visit the Apply for MassDOER Clean Energy Summer 2019 Internship pageApplication period is March 18-April 22, 2019.  

About MassDOER internships

Current internship positions are unpaid.  We hope to offer paid internships in the future.  DOER helps students  get academic credit for the internship from their respective schools.

Internships take place in supervised settings in DOER's Divisions and functions. Interns may have the opportunity to attend statewide conferences, trainings, and/or workshops.

DOER coordinates with Mass Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Internship program. 

DOER Divisions & Functions

DOER has five Divisions:

DOER Functions include legal, fiscal, communications and engineering. 

Not all Division or functions offer internships.  Visit DOER's Application page for more information on available internships. 

Additional Resources for

Feedback