A Summer of Solar and Storage Matthew Daly (MBA ‘15) employs lessons from Johnson and the SGE Immersion program working on Yingli Green Energy America’s new Corporate Development team to evaluate investment opportunities. ›
Energizing My Career Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) Climate Corps offers a set of critical challenges that require creative thinking relevant to an MBA education. ›
A Different Breed of Activist InvestorsThe SGE Immersion visited Calvert’s offices as a part of its 3-day trek to Washington D.C. and learned how Calvert seeks to encourage management teams to adopt or improve their company’s sustainabilit... ›
Investing in Sustainability to Ensure Energy Independence and Political StabilitySGE immersion students learn that in light of climate change, the DOD is at the forefront of managing their carbon footprint, conducting research on alternative fuels and energy, and integrating green... ›
Innovation on New York City Transit – On the Track to SustainabilityDuring the SGE immersion trek to New York City, students visit the Metropolitan Transport Authority (MTA) which runs New York City’s buses, subways and railroads. Counter to popular belief, it is a co... ›
Wind Energy Resources: Leveling the Playing Field SGE immersion student, Jackie Longner (MBA ’14) discusses GE’s plans to increase the productivity and reliability of wind energy. ›
A Suit-less Summer (or Winter) in Brazil This summer Carlos Yoneda (MBA ’14) travelled home to San Paulo, Brazil, where he worked in Google’s Brazil office for the AdWords Channel Sales team. His internship was focused on market research in ... ›
Bringing Health Insurance to the UninsuredSGE immersion helps prepare student for the ambiguity of a consulting project. ›
Africaptialism: A New Era for AfricaA summer in Africa changes the perspective of an American MBA. ›
A Company’s Evolution SSG Advisors, a boutique international development consulting firm based in Burlington, VT, was looking to evolve as a company, and they hired me to help them figure out where to go. ›
Sasa from Nairobi Navigating my way through a developing country, on a mission to create a sustainable impact in some of Africa's poorest communities. ›
Wind Turbines: I’m a big fan Energy makes the world turn. I’ve been fascinated with the energy industry from an early age and worked in traditional power generation before coming to Johnson. This summer I was able to experience ... ›
Fueling Sustainable Social ChangeNow the Program Manager for Intel for Change, Lori McMahon (MBA ’10) discusses the influential role that SGE played in shaping her passion for social action and the value that sustainability holds as ... ›
Green GenesMission-driven SGE student interns with the founding biotechnology firm. ›
Working with a Global, Environmental NGO in Southeast Asia An internship with Accenture Development Partnerships (ADP), a unique program that aims to help non-governmental organizations (NGO) employ innovative management models to strengthen the function of ... ›
The Solar Battlefield from Inside the World’s #1 Solar Panel Manufacturer Over the summer I worked with the American subsidiary of the world’s largest solar panel manufacturer to develop strategies for downstream project financing. ›
Consulting to the National Parks ServiceVisitor experience is taken very seriously at the National Park Service. Consequently, my role over the summer was to address congestion issues through the management of commercial transportation to a... ›
How SGE Prepared Me for an Internship in the High-Tech Industry The SGE Immersion project gave Stephanie the rare opportunity to work on a real business venture with a client. She leveraged this experience in her summer internship. ›
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