Energy4me Ambassador

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Starts: 06-23-2022


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About the Energy4me Ambassador 

The energy4me ambassador promotes energy education specifically based on the energy4me program and curriculum and the instructional needs of schools in local Sections and/or Student Chapters in your geographical area. Energy4me ambassador is expected to provide balanced information to students that: 

  • use energy4me program and materials to educate k-12 (7-18) students about the energy industry and encourages them to continue studies in STEM subjects  
  • demonstrates the benefits provided by the oil and gas industry for the public in a manner that can be easily understood
  • demonstrates the roles, responsibilities, and benefits of a career in petroleum engineering 

Qualifications and Experience 

  • Active professional/student SPE member 
  • Effective communication/presentation skills geared toward students 
  • Attended an energy4me virtual training provided by SPE staff  

Expected Time Commitment to Receive Recognition (minimum) 

  • Two-hour virtual energy4me training 
  • Approximately 1-2 hours per school visit / classroom presentation  

Deliverables and Expectations 

  • Work closely with the energy4me staff in planning an energy4me event within their local Section/Chapter geographical area. 
  • Organize school visits/classroom presentations and conduct energy4me activities to schools that otherwise cannot attend SPE organized energy4me events. Energy4me events can be done virtually or in-person. 
  • Report all Section/Chapter’s energy4me activities by submitting activity report immediately after the event. 

Volunteer Recognition will be recorded once a year in January following the year of volunteerism.

For more information visit our volunteer webpage at

Volunteers Needed:

1000 (405 open slots)


Energy4Me Program
Society of Petroleum Engineers