Eleven F&ES Students Selected as Climate Corps Fellows

Eleven students and graduates from the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies have been selected as summer fellows for the Environmental Defense Fund’s Climate Corps program, an innovative fellowship that gives specially trained graduates students the opportunity to help transform energy use within organizations in the private and public sector.
Across the U.S., the Climate Corps fellows will analyze data, craft financing solutions and evaluate energy management practices to help these organizations to achieve energy, economic, and environmental benefits.
The 11 F&ES students are among 117 fellows working for 102 organizations nationwide. Nearly 700 students applied for the fellowships.
The 2014 Climate Corps fellows from F&ES are: 
Corina Solis M.E.M. ’14, who will work at The Alamo Colleges in Live Oak, Texas
Michael Brod M.E.M. ’14, at Boston Housing Authority, Boston, Mass.
Aaron Willis M.E.M. ’15, at CA Technologies, Framingham, Mass.
Robert Youngs M.E.M. ’15, at the City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif.
Benjamin Butterworth M.E.M. ‘14, at Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, Calif.
Geeta C. Goled M.E.M. ’15, at The Institute of Cultural Affairs in the U.S.A., Chicago, Ill.
Sophia Luo M.E.Sc. ‘15, at KKR, New York, N.Y.
Emily Grady M.E.M. ‘15, at the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, Boston, Mass.
William (Niancen) Miao M.E.M. ‘14, at SOM, Chicago, Ill.
Jie Pan M.E.M. ‘15, at TD Bank, New York, N.Y.
Susannah Harris M.E.M. 15, at Verizon, Basking Ridge, N.J.