Sustainable Energy Intern

Do you want to work with professionals on sustainable energy? Join a team that is willing to customize your internship relevant to your education, skills and interests! Learn new skills and put your education to work! The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) is looking for a qualified student to work in our Butte, MT office.

The successful candidate will have good communication skills, an interest or background in sustainability, environmental science, energy conservation, or building engineering and a high level of computer skills. The successful student will interact with the public and NCAT staff in a professional manner. Candidates will have the opportunity to display spreadsheet, word processing, analytical and web-based research skills.

A student with skills and expertise in sustainability, architecture, building science, engineering, environmental science, or engineering will have a great opportunity to gain hands on experience in NCAT’s energy program.

$10.25/hour, students with work study eligibility will also be considered.

Application Process:
Applications will be accepted through April 21, 2019, or until a suitable candidate can be identified. Early applications are encouraged and applications will be considered as they are received. All persons interested in being considered for the position must submit a cover letter highlighting their experience and skills relevant to the listed qualifications, a current resume and a completed NCAT application. Incomplete applications or reference on the application to “see resume” will not be considered. Applicants can visit NCAT’s homepage at for a gateway to websites and projects developed by NCAT staff. Send completed application materials to:

Kriss Sullivan
NCAT Human Resource Specialist
P.O. Box 3838
Butte, MT 59702

For convenience this announcement is also available in PDF format.


NCAT Intern Application.

NCAT’s mission is to help people by championing small-scale, local and sustainable solutions to promote healthy communities, reduce poverty and protect natural resources. Our work brings together diverse partnerships and communities to help reduce poverty and protect our natural resources. We strive to be a multicultural organization that embraces the rich dimensions of diversity such as race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, physical ability, religious or political belief and marital or veteran status. Diversity creates healthy communities. Special consideration will be given to applicants who are reflective of the communities that we serve.

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