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A9 Green Interns 

        A9 Green is proud to routinely employ interns from the MassCEC program, teaching individuals about energy efficiency, and providing them with skills they can use to achieve their goals. See below their accomplishments with A9 Green! 


Summer 2023 Intern

Harvard University, 24'

Claire is a senior at Harvard University studying environmental science and public policy. She chose to work at A9 Green for experience in energy consulting and to learn about energy policy in Massachusetts. At A9, she assisted with midpoint/final inspections by setting up blower door and duct leakage tests, updated the company's database and website, and helped write a research paper on spray foam insulation. Fun Fact: Claire biked to work 46 out of 48 days working at A9!

Claire Wigglesworth
 Trinity O'Connor

Summer 2023 Intern

Fitchburg State University, 24'

Trinity is a senior studying Architectural Engineering at Fitchburg State University. Working for A9 Green, Trinity found her needs from a passion for architecture and her concerns for the environment met through an Energy Efficiency & Consulting company. Her accomplishments at A9 include re-designing the company website (yes, this one!), introducing a new work-flow management program, and co-writing a research paper on the effects of spray foam insulation in exterior walls. 

Summer 2023 Intern

Suffolk University, 24'

Ed is a senior at Suffolk University studying Environmental Science. With the goal of working in the industry of eco-effective design, Ed saw A9 Green as the next stepping stone. Ed took on the role of assisting on midpoint/final inspections by recording data from on-site information, and conducting blower doors and duct leakage testing. In addition, Ed took part in a research paper, which was intended to deepen A9 Green's understanding of spray foams harmful effects. 

Edward Smith
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