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2024 Summer Fellowship Cohort Press Release

Jul 3, 2024

Please join us in welcoming our 2024 Summer Fellowship Class!

Sacramento, CA - The United States Hydrogen Alliance (USHA) is excited to announce that they have accepted a new fellowship cohort that started the first week of June. The 2024 Summer Fellowship Program offers a distinctive 13-week remote opportunity for college students nationwide to acquire professional skills in hydrogen policy development, communications, research, and marketing. 

“Our summer fellowship class has just embarked on their journey to learn more about strategic policy development and hydrogen technologies to support efforts to build a nationwide hydrogen economy,” said Roxana Bekemohammadi, USHA’s Founder and Executive Director. “We are excited to see the contributions these fellows will make and are committed to supporting them as they develop and progress in their careers.”

2024 Class of Fellows:

Jacob Fitzpatrick, George Washington University

Leiney Grace Bryant, Clemson University 

Lauren Jasper, New York University

Caleb Jean-Pierre, Sacred Heart University

Mya Jones, Temple University 

Carlos Martinez, California State University Stanislaus

Evelyn Mineo, Pomona College

Lara Zanaga, UC Berkeley

About the United States Hydrogen Alliance (USHA):

USHA is a 501(c) (6) business trade association of original equipment manufacturers, technology providers, utilities, and public entities. The organization is focused on the accelerated deployment of hydrogen technologies in the transportation sector, including fuel cell electric vehicles in hard-to-electrify applications like trucking, busing, locomotive, aviation, maritime, and off-road equipment. Our association also supports the use of hydrogen in commercial and industrial sectors, including long-term energy storage that supports renewable electricity generation, desulfurization of crude oil, fertilizer production, decarbonization of steel, glass, cement, and other industries that currently require natural gas. USHA assists states in developing impactful, pragmatic, realizable hydrogen and fuel cell policies that can serve this important industry. 

Press Contact:

Lexi Schnell

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