Key Capture Energy Supports Students and Recent Graduates

As we work to expand the Key Capture Energy team in order to keep pace with our growing pipeline of projects, we are turning our attention towards recent graduates who are entering the job market during an era of unprecedented unemployment rates.

Our CEO and co-founder, Jeff Bishop, received his MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business in 2013 and was recently featured in his alma mater’s alumni publication for his efforts to employ recent Booth graduates who may have lost out on employment opportunities due to the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 health crisis. In addition to supporting recent graduates, Key Capture Energy is hoping to provide current Booth MBA students with summer internship opportunities, in order to better help these students secure jobs following graduation.

Check out the full Chicago Booth article titled “Booth Alumni Reach Out to Help Current Students” to learn more on how Jeff Bishop and other alumni are working to provide opportunities to employ students and graduates during this particularly challenging time.  Key Capture Energy is always interested in speaking with smart, hardworking individuals focused on transitioning the U.S. electric grid. If you are interested in working at Key Capture Energy, please check out our jobs page to learn about current openings.

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