Internship Code: CDBS175
This Energy Industry Research Institute was established in March 2016 and is jointly established by Tsinghua University and the Sichuan Provincial government of China.
Born from collaboration among multiple departments, the Institute is committed to building a clean, low-carbon, safe, and efficient energy system, and actively carrying out frontier research and industrial cultivation of the energy industry.
The internship host company is a growth-stage accelerator focused on clean energy transition and climate change mitigation in China.
Leveraging support from local government, academia, and industry connections, the internship host provides growth-stage startups with technology/product expertise, pilot opportunities, market expansion.
Community Management Associate Internship
- Responsible for building and maintaining relationships with start-up companies. This will include providing start-ups inside the accelerator with daily services, operational help, and collaboration with our partners
- An important part of your internship will be focusing on building good relationships with start-ups and innovative groups across the globe
- You will be supporting the Director of Innovation Services recruit more start-ups to be accelerated inside the platform and also provide further support to start-ups throughout our program,
- You will be involved in the event planning and organizing. This will include organizing virtual workshops and events through which you could be involved in interacting with our top-level connections across the academia, government, and business world
- Background in Sustainability, Technology, Engineering, Communication, or Business
- A Bachelor’s degree in relevant subjects would be a plus
- Able to work at least 20 hours per week
- Have a passion for start-ups
- Good communication ability, both written and spoken
- Proactive and able to work independently
- Have a positive and an outgoing personality
- Strong research ability
- Self-driven and able to meet deadlines
- Have an open mindset
- Professional working attitude
- A basic understanding of the Chinese language is a plus, but not required