ASES Student Chapters collectively work with ASES to achieve the broader vision of stronger solar and renewable energy communities while responding to their school’s challenges and opportunities. ASES has more than 14 student and non-student chapters serving all over the United States.
ASES Student Chapter Benefits include:
Chapter’s link on the ASES website
Chapter’s major events posted in Solar@Work biweekly eNewsletter sent to 48,000 subscribers
Chapter Caucus representation at the National Solar Conference
Chapter Caucus representative discount on National Solar Conference registration fee
Participation in the monthly Chapter Leaders’ phone call with information sharing on best practices. Chapter mentorship is available.
ASES student chapter logo on Chapter website and materials
Opportunity to share content via Solar Today and ASES social media posts
For detailed information on the benefits and responsibilities of ASES Student Chapters and steps to becoming an ASES Student Chapter, please see our Student Chapter Start-Up Requirements and Sample Bylaws and the ASES Student Chapter Handbook. Have a group of students on campus already involved in solar such as the Solar Decathlon or Solar Ambassadors? Let ASES know about the group and start attracting other like-minded students. All that is required to become an ASES student chapter is to have one faculty advisor, one student leader, and at least 5 students total.
Become a Student Chapter
If you are a student group interested in becoming an ASES Student Chapter, or getting your current Student Group on the map, please contact Sydney Muñoz (firstname.lastname@example.org).