Global Renewable Energy Education Network: GREEN
This program, in conjuction with EGEE 299, will fulfill ESP's study abroad/internship requirement.
The College of EMS is offering funding assistance for an exciting travel opportunity that combines renewable energy and sustainability education in an international setting. The program, Global Renewable Energy Education Network (GREEN), will take EMS students on an experience to Iceland or Peru (there are several dates available in 2019). Funding is available for a select group of students. The funding will be $2,500/student toward the cost of the program. This funding is only available for summer 2019 programs in Iceland or Peru.
To apply for funding you will need to submit a brief essay that explains how this program would enrich your educational experience in EMS and potentially prepare you for your anticipated profession. You will also need to submit a current resume.
The application is due Sunday, February 3rd by 5:00pm. You will be notified of selection decisions via your PSU email the following week.
The application can be found at https://www.ems.psu.edu/undergraduate/beyond-classroom/study-abroad-study-away/green-program.
The Green Program is hosting an online Information session
The GREEN Program will be hosting an online information session taking place on February 12 at 1 PM ET. The GREEN Program team will be joined by one of their university partners, Haley Sankey of Penn State University, who will be talking about the importance of international education. Learn more and join the adventure for trips going to Peru, Japan and Iceland. There are many more details and an ability to register for the information session at https://www.facebook.com/events/327375154652721/