Skip to main content
Event attendee smiles in business casual attire

MAKE TEXAS YOUR ENERGY PARTNER

We invite our alumni and other energy industry leaders to support and hire our nationally-recognized graduates of the Energy Management Program at Texas. Let’s build the future together.

Two students talk in CBA atrium
  • INVEST IN ENERGY CURRICULUM

    Endowment funding ensures the permanence of the Undergraduate Energy Programming. Donors can expect their contributions to be used primarily for curriculum development and instruction, recruiting and marketing, student support, and faculty resources.
Conference attendee speaks at BP vendor booth
  • RECRUIT ENERGY STUDENTS

    Our students give their all to prepare for a challenging and rewarding career in the energy industry. Throughout the demanding 18 credit hour program – including a twelve-week intensive summer schedule where the program's foundation courses are taught – students gain the skills, grit, and knowledge to contribute to your firm from Day One.
  • TEMC/ENERGY INITIATIVE UPSTREAM SUBCOMMITTEE

    The McCombs Energy Initiative Upstream Subcommittee/TEMC examines the ever-changing needs of the energy industry and bridges the gap between student experience, campus administration, and companies in the energy field. The subcommittee brings together financial resources, executives, and EMP faculty and students; together, we can advise and prepare the next generation of energy leaders.

Industry Night Reception

The Energy Management Program hosts an Industry Networking Reception each fall. This past year's participants included Brigham Minerals, Chevron, EAG 1Source, OnPeak Power, Opportune, Phillips 66, Shell, and Vega Energy Management. We thank them for their support!

 

Logos of companies at Energy Management Program's Industry Night.

SIGN UP FOR UPDATES AND EVENT NOTICES

Enjoy the fruits of our energy program. We invite alumni and other industry professionals to learn about upcoming events and connect with students and other professionals interested in the energy field.