Kellogg offers a variety of opportunities for students to learn more about energy and sustainability. Academics can help "career switchers" gain knowledge and experience for their transition into a new industry, as well as the more general student population who just wants to learn more about the business of sustainability. These opportunities span for-credit coursework at Kellogg and other Northwestern schools and non-credit seminars, in addition to case competitions and company visits organized by KESC.
Kellogg classes: Kellogg’s Energy & Sustainability pathway prepares students for careers in the traditional and renewable energy sector, other natural-resource-based industries, corporate sustainability and consulting, and corresponding entrepreneurial and investment roles. Learn more about the pathway here
MSES/ISEN classes: Kellogg’s current collaboration with the Institute of Sustainability and Energy at Northwestern (ISEN) allows Kellogg students to take certain classes at ISEN’s Master of Science in Energy & Sustainability (MSES) Program, many of which are also counted toward Kellogg credit. See MSES curriculum here
The Energy & Sustainability Club is committed to creating other avenues for interested students to continue learning about the ever-important world of energy & sustainability
Examples of past and upcoming events that have been organized by the club for the Kellogg community with both internal and external speakers include: