The Energy Futures Initiative (EFI) is a nonprofit organization founded by former Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz dedicated to addressing the imperatives of climate change by driving innovation in energy technology, policy and business models to accelerate the creation of clean energy jobs, grow local, regional and national economies, and enhance energy security. Interns may also do business-sensitive work for EJM Associates, LLC, a private energy business consultancy. Research projects cover a wide range of energy issues including, but not limited to, modernization and protection of electricity networks, the skills needed for 21st century energy jobs, technologies to decarbonize energy systems, regional disparities in energy sources, and global and regional initiatives to promote clean energy innovation. Applicants should be pursuing a postgraduate degree or have recently completed postgraduate work. EFI prefers candidates who are studying energy issues, and for the communications position will consider candidates pursuing degrees in economics, policy, and communications who have an interest in environmental and energy issues. Competitive candidates will have excellent research and writing skills honed through corporate or government experience, along with a thorough grasp of broad energy issues and the regional impacts of climate change. Superior candidates will also offer the ability to create interactive graphics, illustrations and videos. Skills in WordPress or coding is a strong plus, as is experience in email marketing software such as Constant Contact. Applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, and one- to two-page writing sample on an energy topic.