Energy Club at Ross members Jon Newman (MBA/MS '21), Greg Phillips (MBA/MS '20), and Abe Baca (MBA/MS '21), left to right, tour Laurel Mountain Wind Farm in West Virginia during a summer internship.
The Energy Club at Ross (ECR) is a group of talented University of Michigan students who share an interest in energy. ECR promotes career development by providing a forum for education about all aspects of business in the energy sector. ECR offers opportunities for students to discuss and learn about subjects such as Solar, Wind, Utilities, Energy Finance, Energy Consulting, Sustainability, Energy Efficiency, Energy Policy, Cleantech, Energy Storage, and Transmission within both traditional and renewable energy sectors. Members receive counseling on career paths, resume reviews, and mock interviews as well as opportunities to meet with a variety of energy companies seeking to recruit top MBA, BBA, and other University of Michigan graduate students
Our mission is to provide our members with education and employment opportunities in the energy industry that enable our members to become leaders of the energy transition. This includes three primary objectives:
1. To promote interest in energy among students and faculty at the Ross School of Business, as well as within the broader University of Michigan campus.
2. To provide a forum for students to learn more about opportunities in the energy industry and discuss energy-related topics.
3. To facilitate career development in traditional and renewable energy sectors by mentoring talented students and connecting energy recruiters with these knowledgeable and motivated career seekers.
The Energy Club provides opportunities throughout the year for students new to the energy industry or with prior experience to grow and develop their skills:
Participate in the country's leading Renewable Energy Case Competiton
Consult for leading energy firms and build your resume
Attend the Energy Club's annual conference on the latest themes impacting the market
Meet with energy-focused companies in Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Denver, and more
Attend Lunch 'n' Learns and educational events hosted by the club
Learn how to structure and complete recruitment for on and off-campus jobs in the energy sector
Participate in cases at UCLA, Duke, UT Austin, and more
Easily find relevant internship and full-time job postings
Connect with hundreds of alumni at leading companies