Collegiate Wind Competition Sponsors

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Sponsors supporting the 2016 Collegiate Wind Competition event.
Photo by Dennis Schroeder / NREL

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Collegiate Wind Competition is grateful for the generosity of sponsors to support a successful event and a positive experience for teams.

Sponsorship Options

Collegiate Wind Competition sponsorship options include:

  • Team Sponsorship—Work directly with individual collegiate teams to support them with in-kind donations, cash contributions, resources, etc. 
  • Event Sponsorship—Support the overall event through in-kind contributions for items on DOE's official event needs list.

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for the Collegiate Wind Competition or participating teams, please contact:

Elise DeGeorge, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
elise.degeorge@nrel.gov
303-384-7136

Past Event Sponsors

GE Renewable Energy

Vestas

American Wind Energy Association

Blattner Energy

Akin Gump

Siemens

The recognition of sponsor organizations does not constitute or imply any endorsement, sponsorship, or recommendation of their messages, missions, activities, products, or programs. The U.S. Department of Energy does not monitor, control, or directly fund the activities of the identified organizations.

Share Employment Opportunities: Internships and Entry-Level Jobs for Collegiate Wind Competition Competitors

The U.S. Department of Energy Collegiate Wind Competition provides undergraduate students with real-world experience as they prepare to enter the workforce by challenging teams from a variety of programs across the nation to:

  • Develop and deliver a business plan
  • Build and test a wind turbine
  • Plan a wind project.

Due to its interdisciplinary nature, the Competition draws students from a variety of programs, including engineering, computer science, business, economics, communications, energy systems, physics, integrated science and technology, and environmental studies. Competition organizers desire to connect this workforce pool with wind industry opportunities.

You can support this effort by sharing wind-related internship and entry-level job opportunities suitable for students and recent graduates with Heidi Tinnesand, a Competition organizer. These opportunities will then be disseminated among Competition participants.