Upcoming BCEEAN events: February 2018

This month’s blog post is all about upcoming events that BCEEAN members can participate in. Remember to keep checking this page for more news about upcoming events!

Tech on Tap: February 27

Join the BC Technology & Entrepreneurship Council (BCTEC) and BC’s Energy and Environment Alumni Network (BCEEAN) as they co-sponsor a “Tech on Tap” event in downtown Boston. At this event attendees can network with professionals from both groups, learn about hardware innovations that harness, produce, convert, and conserve energy with a “cleaner” environmental footprint than conventional alternatives, and digital and software innovations that are being utilized by ‘cleantech’ companies to improve or deploy the hardware.

For more information and to register, please go to https://bcalumni.bc.edu/s/1627/index01.aspx?sid=1627&gid=1&pgid=5516&content_id=4650

Tech on Tap: Emerging Trends in “Cleantech”
Date: Tuesday, February 27
Time: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
$15 to register, includes hors d’oeuvres and one drink ticket

Back Bay Social Club, Lower Level
867 Boylston Street, Boston, MA

Volunteer at Boston College Green Career Fair March 27

Boston College’s Career Center is sponsoring a “Green Career Fair” on Tuesday, March 27 in the Heights Room at Corcoran Commons. The Career Center is seeking alumni volunteers working in energy and environment fields to share information about their company and their career at this year’s event. They are looking to have a diverse set of companies represented to help students learn about the many careers available. Come for a great opportunity to talk to fellow alumni and current BC students, and help launch the next generation of BC energy and environment professionals!

To register as a volunteer, please go to https://goo.gl/forms/V6WxgV9MZvR1drP83 Please register by February 14.

Boston College Green Career Fair
Date: Tuesday, March 27
Time: 6 PM to 8 PM

Heights Room, Corcoran Commons
Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

Pat Knight

Pat Knight '08 is a consultant at Synapse Energy Economics in Cambridge, MA. He specializes in issues relating to the electricity system, including renewable policies, energy efficiency, and greenhouse gas reduction strategies, with a focus on the New England states. He spends his free time working on local urban sustainability issues and riding his bicycle around Boston.