Academics are just the beginning. We forge deep connections within the energy industry to help professionals grow their skills and companies grow their teams.
Kenneth W. Davis Jr. Leaders in Energy Speaker Series
We bring distinguished experts to TCU to share cutting-edge research and insights about the energy industry, energy management, emerging technologies, innovative solutions and policies. Our speaker series is made possible through the Kenneth W. Davis Jr. Endowed Lectureship at TCU (The Davis Lectureship).
We provide graduate students with an avenue to build mentor/mentee relationships through conversations with experienced energy professionals. These relationships will help students develop leadership abilities, get outside their comfort zone and grow through honest feedback.
Undergraduate students who find internships in the energy industry can receive 3 credits (P/NC) towards the energy minor. There are no class meetings or exams.
Course: ENTM 40903 Energy Internship (any semester including summers)
Guidelines and Requirements
- At least a 2.5 GPA in major.
- At least junior standing.
- To register in the course, you must attain a permit showing the internship is approved and will include a minimum of 260 work hours.
- The work must take place during the time you are enrolled in this course.
- Keep a weekly log/journal of work activities, signed by your employer.
- Write an 8–12-page paper about the internship experience.
- Paper and journal due the Wednesday before study days or at the end of summer.
- You may only take this internship course one time for credit in the energy minor.
To learn more, contact our team.
The TCU Energy Club creates stimulated communication between students and industry leaders in a way that both involves and educates the next generation of the energy business. Events and networking opportunities serve as a platform for education on current industry developments and our national energy needs, resources and their appropriate allocation to ensure sustainability for our future.