KICKSTART YOUR CAREER
We want students to thrive in and out of the classroom. The Energy Management Program offers a variety of opportunities to connect with like-minded energy peers, participate in events, and grow your professional network.
Make the Most of EMP
The Energy Management Program provides access to mentoring, industry panels, conferences, and case competitions. Additionally, EMP hosts a variety of treks and company visits every year. These opportunities allow students to engage with industry professionals and gain first-hand experience out in the field.
CONNECT WITH ENERGY PROFESSIONALSThe Annual Energy Mentoring Program gives students the excellent opportunity to be mentored for by experts in the energy, law and business industries. Mentors are looking to guide and help rising talent.
Energy Treks & Company VisitsEnergy Treks are trips students take to energy companies where the company facilitates discussions on current energy industry policies, trends, observations, and opportunities. Sign up for our student newsletter to be the first to know about upcoming treks!
KBH Center Student Advisory CouncilStudent Advisory Council members represent the KBH Energy Center as ambassadors, participate in organizational events and meetings, and are invited to exclusive KBH Center events.
The annual mentorship program gave me tremendous insight into the energy finance industry. Through this experience, I learned about different firms and had a mentor to guide me through energy investment banking recruiting. I would recommend that all students interested in working in energy sign-up.
Diverse Energy Careers
EMP students have found careers with some of the biggest and most recognizable names in the energy industry, including:
Epic Systems Corporation
AON Risk Solutions
Champion Energy Services
Environmental Defense Fund
Norton Rose Fulbright
Alvarez & Marsal
LLB Minerals Company
Rockmoor Energy Group
Vertias 321 Energy Partners
Aon Energy Consulting
International Oil Company
CitiBank – Global Energy Banking
Wells Fargo Energy Group
Appalachian Mineral Partners
Tug Hill Operating
Hunter Roberts Construction Group
Boston Consulting Group (BCG)