EKU Energy Club
The purpose of the EKU Energy Club is to serve as a conduit for all members of the community to engage, educate and excite one another concerning the issue of energy and the future of Kentuckians as active participants on the global energy stage.
- Energy-Related Site Tours: A series of tours to energy facilities. These may include surface and underground mines, prep plants, power plants, coal by product plants, etc.
- Mentorship Opportunities: A two-fold program which strives to connect current EKUstudents with alumni working in the energy field and facilitates outreach education with K-12 students.
- Government and Indusrty Guest Speakers: Discussion series featuring prominent speakers covering a variety of energy related topics. Each lecture will be followed by a moderated open discussion.
- Networking Opportunites: Opportunities to attend energy-related conferences, meetings and symposiums in which members can meet individuals from many different energy-related backgrounds.
- Community Outreach Activities: These serve to bring the Energy club together to participate in events that promote service and collaboration in the greater Kentucky community.
- Energy 101 Series: Presentations from energy experts intended to educate, inform and engage the EKU community in topics pertaining to energy.
- Social Events: Planned social events to bring the energy community together. When practical, these will be used to bring the separate Kentucky Energy club chapters together.
Contact Keri Brown, EKU Energy Club President, to find out when and where the next club meeting is scheduled.