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James A. Forrestal Department of Energy Building (Photo thanks to Flickr user cliff1066, available under by v2.0)
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The James Forrestal Building, home to the Department of Energy. L'Enfant Promenade, Washington, DC. (Photo thanks to Flickr user M. V. Jantzen, available under by-nc v2.0
Southern exposure of the Department of Energy building, as seen from L'Enfant Plaza. Washington, DC. (Photo thanks to Flickr user M. V. Jantzen, available under by-nc v2.0

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United States Department of Energy Reviews

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United States Department of Energy Secretary of Energy Dr. Ernest Moniz
Dr. Ernest Moniz
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    First experience in an office

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    I worked at United States Department of Energy as an intern for less than a year

    Pros

    Office culture was laid back
    People cared about you
    Employees went out of their way to meet you and make you feel at ease
    Workers enjoyed what they did and you could tell

    Cons

    Got monotonous sometimes
    Felt that I could have been utilized better
    Some people really slacked off while others worked non stop

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    Keep up the good work. Make sure no one becomes alienated

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United States Department of Energy Interviews

Updated Apr 3, 2014
Updated Apr 3, 2014

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United States Department of Energy Awards & Accolades

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America's Top Organizations for Multicultural Business Opportunities -- Top 25 Government Agencies (#7), DiversityBusiness.com, 2012
National Top 50 Green Companies, Green Power Partnership, 2010
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Website www.energy.gov
Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1977
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
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It takes a lot of manpower to build a nation's economic and energy security. That's why there's the US Department of Energy. The DOE was established in 1977 by former president Jimmy Carter at a time when the US was facing a severe winter and fuel shortages that caused factory and school closings and threatened residential cutoffs. The DOE has four key strategic initiatives: promoting a diverse supply of environmentally safe energy, supporting scientific and technological energy research, protecting the environment from the legacy of nuclear weapons production, and... More

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