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Community Energy Fellowship Program - U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)

September 18, 2023 11:00 | Thong Vu (Administrator)

Participant Benefits

  • Stipend: Stipends will be determined by DOE officials based on the candidate’s academic and professional background as well as location. Initial appointments are for 12-months to be extended for six months upon recommendation of the Host.  A stipend increase may be offered for the last six-months of the appointment. 
    • Associates or Bachelors: $51,700 to $64,000
    • Master’s: $62,900 to $77,800
    • Doctorate: $69,100 to $85,500 
  • Health Insurance: A stipend supplement will be provided to cover the cost of a health insurance plan offered through ORISE.
  • Dislocation: A stipend supplement of $3,000 will be provided to offset the costs associated with the beginning of the fellowship (e.g., moving expenses, additional technology needs, transportation costs, etc.)
  • Travel and Training Allowance:  An allowance of $10,000 for the 18-month fellowship period will be provided to cover travel related expenses for scientific and professional development activities and required travel for team meetings or site visits during the fellowship.

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