Farewell Fellows of Summer 2021!
It has been a pleasure working with our Summer 2021 fellows. Read below to learn about their experience at All In Energy and their future endeavors!
Julio Cordero, Communications and Marketing Fellow
After receiving his Associate Degree in Business from Bunker Hill Community College in the Spring of 2021, Julio relocated to Miami to pursue his bachelor’s degree in Marketing at Florida International University. All In Energy was his first experience working in the clean energy field, which he enjoyed and learned a lot from it.
Julio’s role at All In Energy was as a Marketing Intern. He was working on projects related to the promotion, awareness, and engagement of the organization with the public. Among Julio’s tasks, the highlights included the creation of informative graphics for social media, which helped him develop a great skill on graphics design. He also learned how to use specific softwares to update the company’s website. Lastly, he was in charge of managing social media accounts such as Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to make weekly posts and create engagement with All In Energy’s followers.
Julio is thrilled and grateful for his great experiences at All In Energy. He fulfilled his learning goals as a member of the team. Besides learning about marketing tools, marketing activities and work ethics, Julio also learned about how the clean energy industry works and how helpful it is for people and for the environment.
Thanks to his great experiences, connections, and projects from All In Energy, he hopes he will be considered for other work opportunities in Florida, Massachusetts, within the USA or even internationally. He hopes to keep learning and improving more every day.
Eric Ayvazian, Finance, Human Resources, & Administration Fellow
Eric was a sophomore at the University of New Hampshire majoring in business analytics during his time at All In Energy. This was his first real internship experience, as well as his first look into the clean energy industry. In his role as a finance, human resources, and administration intern, he primarily assisted management with tasks related to the financial operations of the organization. Some of his primary tasks included running payroll, invoicing, and assisting in the development of financial, accounting policies, and procedures handbooks.
Eric is grateful for the opportunities that have opened up for him since interning with All In Energy, as he learned valuable lessons about financial and accounting procedures. He focused on translating his newfound skills into his everyday life, something he thinks he has succeeded with. Eric would like to attend graduate school once he finishes his undergraduate degree. He hopes to stay in the clean energy industry once he graduates, as he enjoys working in an industry that makes meaningful, significant change within so many communities.
Alec MacKay, Neighborhood Outreach Fellow
Alec Mackay is a student at Merrimack College. All In Energy was his first time working in the clean energy industry. He was a part of the outreach team with Luis Navarro, Angelica Rodriguez, and Grace Umaña. The main goal was to help families and communities receive the benefits of the Mass Save program through different events and canvasing to help connect them. To Alex, this was a great experience because he learned so much about the clean energy industry and also practiced his direct marketing skills. The most important part to him was that he was helping underserved families get the benefits they deserve. He would like to keep working for a clean energy industry.
Overall, Alex had a great time working for All In Energy this summer and he’s very grateful for the opportunity to work for their team.
Pranit Chand, Data Analyst Fellow
Pranit is a student at Emerson College and has a Self-Designed Interdisciplinary major in Data Science and Economics. This was his first internship as well as first time working in the clean energy field.
Pranit was a Data Analysis intern at All in Energy. He worked under the direct supervision of Jimmy Hikmatullah, the Operations and Data Coordinator. He worked on managing the salesforce database and created marketing tactics in different languages. He was also responsible for making choropleth maps for various cities which were used to show the impact of All In Energy’s work done there. He negotiated and contacted the vendors to get a new canvassing software implemented for All in Energy. After that, he worked on creating the Salesforce database for one of the contractors.
Pranit learned a lot during his time here at All in Energy. He was able to apply things he learned in the classroom and use it in a practical way which would be beneficial for the entire community. He was also able to learn more about Salesforce and use various tools built into it such as reports.
Right now, Pranit is focused on getting his academics done. Next summer, he will be looking at internships in the clean energy sector.
Angelica Rodriguez, Neighborhood Outreach Fellow
Angelica attends Boston University studying a double major in Sociology and Economics and a minor in International Relations. This was her first time working in the clean energy field.
Her role at All In Energy was being a Neighborhood Outreach Representative where she served the Chelsea community and helped connect residents to the MassSave Program. Her main project was scheduling home energy assessments for residents in the Chelsea area and constantly discovering new ways of approaching more people.
She discovered a new terrain regarding renewable energy and ways to help find solutions for people who want to have a collective greener future. Not only has she expanded her knowledge regarding clean energy, but she felt she has been completely pushed out of her comfort zone and discovered her persuasion skills to a whole other level. Her skills have improved significantly and through this type of role and she exceeded her own expectations. This internship has given her a jumpstart for her career because of the professional skills she learned.
Angelica is staying for the Fall semester because she feels that the tight knit community All In Energy offers is warm and homey. She roots for the nonprofit and everyone working for it to keep growing and to keep incentivizing people to act to a greener future. She hopes to come back again for the Summer as well to keep growing her role and figuring out more ways to grow as a professional.
Luis Navarro, Neighborhood Outreach Fellow
Luis Navarro is a student at Suffolk University and majors in Political Science, Philosophy, and Economics. He had his first internship experience at All In Energy and now he is working as a full time staff.
His position at All In Energy was the Neighborhood Outreach Team Lead for the division in the Merrimack Valley. He was in charge of preparing training materials as well as training canvassers and events staff. He also worked at community events and canvassed in Lawrence, Methuen, Haverhill, Chelsea, and Dorchester.
Luis learned the importance of interacting directly with the community to break down barriers and bring direct support to the residents that need support the most. Luis believes this experience builds character and determination and this has given him the drive to succeed and to connect with the communities. He hopes to continue working with All In Energy to bring the services to communities first hand. Eventually, he hopes to pursue running for local or state office.
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