Wharton MBAs interested in careers in the energy sector span the industry spectrum – from interest in clean technologies and renewables to oil and gas. Students can take newly designed energy-specific courses at Wharton or from the University of Pennsylvania’s Environmental Sciences Department and School of Engineering. The Career Management office supports students and employers across the entire energy industry.
Meet the Energy Club
The Energy Club has over 150 active members focusing on careers in energy. The Club provides a great platform for networking opportunities, educational events, and career development activities for students. Employers have the opportunity to engage directly with this population and can help share thought leadership and industry expertise.
Participate in the Wharton Energy Conference
Organized and run by students interested in pursuing careers in energy, this industry conference provides great opportunities to engage in topical discourse and network with your peers.
Host Career Treks
Each year our students organize corporate visits to energy-related companies for information sessions. This is a great opportunity to network with talented students and share your company’s story. Wharton Energy Club members most recently trekked to Houston, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco.
Post a Job
Post a full-time or internship position, or information for a short-term project on our job board available to all current students and alumni. Companies that have posted in the past include: Opower, Enphase Energy, Shell, FMC Technologies, SunEdison and EOS Energy Storage.
Partner With the Initiative For Global Environment Leadership (IGEL)
Wharton’s environmentally focused research center, IGEL, aims to create a forum across disciplines, professionals and students to solve global sustainability challenges from business perspectives.
Wharton MBA Career Management Key Contacts
Energy Club Presidents 2020-21