Charles Nutter ’15 will return to campus on Thursday, November 8, to present a Food for Thought luncheon (and offer a limited number of office hours appointments) for current students who are interested in combining interests between environmental studies, economics and clean energy. This lunch event presents an informal opportunity to hear from a recent graduate and gain advice about navigating a career path post-Amherst.
Charles graduated from Amherst in 2015 with a degree in Economics and Environmental Studies. Through the College’s Center for Community Engagement, he interned as a team leader with the Gulf of Maine Institute, an environmental youth stewardship organization that educates and performs community service all along the Gulf of Maine, from Cape Cod to Nova Scotia.
After graduation, Charles began an internship at Nexamp, a leading community solar developer in the Northeast, with funding from the Mass Clean Energy Center. Beginning as a Community Solar Sales and Marketing intern, he is now the Energy Sales manager where he leads the company’s efforts to identify and contract institutional and commercial clients to receive energy credit produced by Nexamp’s solar arrays.
Lunch will be served! Space is limited, so RSVP through Handshake to reserve your spot.
Nexamp is leading the transformation to the new energy economy with proven solutions for solar energy development, ownership, and operation. The company's comprehensive capabilities span the entire solar project lifecycle—from project development, design and construction to financing and operations and maintenance. Their ability to provide integrated, best-in-class solutions makes solar energy simple and profitable for clients and partners.
Nexamp's team is among the most experienced in the industry, with expertise in every facet of power generation, marketing and investment -- and that expertise is complemented with a passion for solar energy and innovation. The company's mission is clear: to reshape the energy landscape, delivering value to clients and partners while benefiting communities and society at large. The company's rapidly growing portfolio of solar assets and established partnerships with communities, commercial and non-profit organizations, property owners, and investors are laying the groundwork for a cleaner, more secure energy future.
Want to learn more about Nexamp's mission, growth, and entry-level opportunities? Attend this information, which will be led by Amherst alum Charles Nutter '15!
Every Thursday night, the Writing Center and Library open up the Center for Humanistic Inquiry to students writing theses (and similar long-term, complex writing projects) to work side-by-side, fueled by snacks, coffee and camaraderie. Join the group Thursdays from 8-11 p.m. in the CHI.
Seurat Group is a boutique, data-driven management consulting and private equity firm with 20+ professionals specializing in the consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry. Its name comes from Georges Seurat, the pointillist painter. As with pointillism, the firm aims to integrate many points of cultural, behavioral and sales data, identifying insights to help clients and portfolio companies see the “bigger picture.”
Seurat Group consists of two core branches, consulting and capital, across which employees work fluidly (note, business analysts are being recruited to primarily support consulting at this time).
Consulting: Consulting work involves creatively integrating multiple lenses of insight to challenge conventional wisdom and provide guidance for future growth. Clients include leading Fortune 500 companies in food, beverage, personal care/beauty and other consumer products categories.
Capital: Seurat's market expertise guides private equity investments, and the firm provides its portfolio companies with the resources and strategic insight of its consultancy branch to accelerate growth. The firm invests in and advises start-up “challenger brands” who are driving significant, exciting change in the industry. In short, Seurat Group creates value for its clients through leading-edge creative thinking, providing the clarity to act and invest in the future.
Culture: The Seurat Group is a young firm with a driven, yet informal, collaborative culture. The firm strives to provide hands-on training, room for career development and opportunities to learn by working closely with senior members of the organization. The managing partners all come from strong CPG backgrounds and have 20+ combined years in the consulting arena working with large CPG firms such as General Mills, Kraft, Clorox, etc. Overall, Seurat recruiters look for team members who embody the firm's core values: drive for results, can-do attitude, collaboration and entrepreneurial passion.
Attend this information session to learn more!