“We’re looking for a motivated Oklahoma-based student intern to help ACOG advance cleaner transportation options for Central Oklahoma”
—Eric W. Pollard, Central Oklahoma Clean Cities Coordinator
The Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) has been awarded a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Vehicle Technology Office Clean Cities University Workforce Development Program Intern for the Fall 2018 – Summer 2019 semesters.
The student selected for the internship will work with ACOG and the Central Oklahoma Clean Cities Coalition to increase alternative fuel vehicle adoption and station expansion, prepare the region for connected/autonomous vehicle technology, and research transportation alternatives for Central Oklahomans.
The intern will also support fleet outreach and assist with events such as National Drive Electric Week OKC.
ACOG has been awarded an intern through the Clean Cities University Workforce Development Program for the past two years.
The goal of the program is to assist ACOG and the Clean Cities Coalition in retaining new Oklahoma professionals pursuing a career in public service, particularly those interested in emerging transportation opportunities.
Interested students should contact Eric Pollard, email@example.com.
Central Oklahoma Clean Cities is a U.S. Dept. of Energy designated alternative fuels public and private stakeholder coalition at the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments. Over the last 20 years, coalition stakeholders have displaced nearly 38 million gallons of gasoline and diesel fuel with alternative fuels and fuel saving efforts.
Eric W. Pollard
Transportation and Planning Services