The ACEP Undergraduate Summer Internship is a dynamic program seeking to strengthen Alaska's energy workforce.
Please contact us if you'd like to be involved.
Annalise Klein is a program architect with the UAF Alaska Center for Energy and Power. She holds a masters in education and her past work with ACEP includes an ARCTIC fellowship and work with the Teaching Through Technology (T3) Alliance.
We are working to give students the tools and skill sets to jumpstart a successful career and to make an impact on the Alaskan economy by applying their knowledge to energy projects. The AUSI program's applied research projects encourage innovative solutions to the design, operation and maintenance of energy systems. Interns work with ACEP researchers during the internship while creating networks and connections around Alaska.
Patty helps coordinate the internship program at ACEP, ensuring that interns have a smooth and enriching experience during their summer. In addition to her internship role, Patty also supports various ACEP projects including ARENA and the working groups.
Born and raised in Alaska, Patty earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in business from University of Alaska Fairbanks. She thoroughly enjoys working with the ACEP team on projects across Alaska supporting communities and learning from community members.
When not at work, Patty enjoys packrafting, blueberry picking with her dog, and trying out new recipes with locally-grown food.