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Princeton University Energy ASSOCIATION


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Princeton University Energy ASSOCIATION


 

Princeton University Energy Association (PUEA) is the only student group on campus dedicated to exploring the energy field from every approach imaginable.

Run entirely by undergraduate students from both STEM and humanities/social sciences, we bring exciting opportunities every week for students on campus to meet and learn from energy experts, executives, and scholars, and participate in energy-related tours, conferences, and community service. Our weekly newsletter, the Power Surge, provides to over 500 students a rundown of the week's energy and environment-related on-campus events, career opportunities, and global news.

PUEA is a non-profit, nonpartisan organization welcoming of all views and backgrounds.
PUEA is a student group officially registered under the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students (ODUS)
All photos used on this site are freely available stock photos, personal photographs, or otherwise cited.

 
 

Get Involved!


Get Involved!


Find a Mentor!

Want to meet with an undergrad or grad student mentor one-on-one to hear about their research, get advice about classes to take and how to plan for your future, ask about how to apply for internships / jobs, or even just discuss current energy policy and technologies? Sign up for the PUEA mentorship program by filling out this survey! Let us know which topic in energy you're interested in and we'll match you with a student! You can email/text them questions or meet up for a cup of coffee paid for by us! Please fill out the form by Friday, Nov. 17th to let us know if you're interested!

Energy Alumni Interview Series

Make sure to check out our first installment of the Princeton University Energy Alumni Interview Series, where we interview David Green '03, Head of Trading at Xcel Energy, and Leland Baldwin, '14, Technical Specialist at Ecova


career interests

We want to know what companies/organizations YOU want to hear from this semester!

See 100,000 options on Handshake and don't know where to startDon't know the difference between working at a start-upgovernment agency, or ExxonMobil?

Fill out the survey below and get entered into a drawing for a $20 Amazon Giftcard. There's also an optional resume drop if you'd like us to share you information with recruiters!

 

What We DO


What We DO


Princeton University Energy Association is comprised of 4 core committees and 3 project teams that come together to plan larger events and trips.

As a newer club with an entrepreneurial spirit, we are always looking for board members interested in leading new initiatives!

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Careers

-Hosts Spring and Fall Career Meet-Ups with leaders in industry, non-profits, and government (w/Career Services)
-Holds networking Preparation Workshops
-Runs Energy and Environment Mentorship Program

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Campus Events

-Hosts monthly speaker panels such as "Energy Start-Ups" and "The Future of Wind Energy"
-Holds monthly "Let's Talk Energy" study breaks
-Co-hosts events with Princeton Student Climate Lobby, E-Club, Whig-Clio, and more

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Community Engagement

-Spearheading energy workshops with high schools in Trenton
-Plans tours of the solar field, cogeneration plant, and Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
-Runs courses for Communiversity, Splash, Wintersession

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RESEARCH & REPORTS

-Creates the entire Power Surge... your weekly update on all things energy on campus and around the world
-Spearheading Energy and Environment Course Reviews Project

Energy Case Competition

PECC, now in its second year, is an interactive educational experience for high school students. This year, on December 9th, over 50 high school students will attend energy workshops and tours, and present their multi-disciplinary energy solutions to panels of professional judges.

Photo: MIT Energy Club

Photo: MIT Energy Club

MIT ENERGY CONFERENCE

Every March, PUEA sponsors 21 students to MITEC, the world's large student-run annual energy conference, where they learn from and interact with the world's top experts in energy and meet fellow students with similar energy interests.

PUEA member Malika Oak '20 meets India's Prime Minister Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Gas; Photo: MIT Energy Club

PUEA member Malika Oak '20 meets India's Prime Minister Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Gas; Photo: MIT Energy Club

Princeton Energy Symposium

This Spring, we will be hosting our own extended energy conference. Join our newsletter to stay updated!