As summer comes to a close, All in Energy is happy to announce a new partnership with the College for Social Innovation (CfSI). The college hosts a program called Semester in the City, which gives business minded students from all over New England a chance to work for non-profit establishments within the Boston/Cambridge area for a semester. These students will hold the title of "fellow" and be receiving full semester credits, or credits based on their work. Through this program, All in Energy welcomes two new fellows to add to the growing team.
Tyler Stadlman: Communications Fellow
Tyler Stadlman is 20 years old and a sophomore at Becker College, Worcester MA. He has a great understanding of social life and in the process of getting his Major in Business Administration and Accounts, and a minor in Psychology. With these interests, he is an activist for self independence building and environmental troubleshooting. Taking multiple business management courses has given Tyler the required skills to run local farm stands and other community projects such as running numbers for a community garden. He enjoys the outdoors, as a previous member of ultimate Frisbee club, track team, and soccer. As a member of the drama club and honors chamber orchestra, he is able-minded in multiple scenarios and shows strong dedication to the arts. He is joining All In Energy this fall as the Communications Fellow. This position will allow him to interact with organizations and individuals in the Boston and Cambridge areas, and recommend more energy efficient options to those who may not know about the state's energy savings program or who have limited time. Through his work, he hopes to help All in Energy increase its sphere of influence and use communications to boost its programmatic success even further. Tyler is hoping that this network will allow him to get connected to a future employer to start his career after college.
Jimmy Byandika: Data Analysis Fellow
As a visionary and hard-working international student, Jimmy studies computer science at Marlboro College. His dream for equity in wealth distribution is the main reason he came to the United States and he is excited to be working with All In Energy. Prior to coming to All In Energy, Jimmy helped resolve transportation problems in Marlboro College. He developed a car-pooling website where people who need a ride can meet people who have extra room in their vehicle. This fall, he is joining All In Energy as a Data Analysis Fellow. This opportunity will give him the experience in providing value to society through innovation and helping others. Also, as a data analyst, programming in a group setting will enrich his experience in the industry. Working on something that impacts people directly is the most exciting thing he is looking forward to. He hopes that the Semester in The City program will help him building networks in the social sector. Although the social sector has not been his focus to date, a lot of the communities that he is interested in overlap with communities that social sector is focused on. In the future, he will focus more on how technology and innovation in business help contribute to redistribution of wealth in Indonesia to improve quality of people’s life through greater equity.