Student Programs

Energy Northwest’s student programs provide outstanding opportunities for learning, professional development and work experience.

 
College Internship Program

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Our internship program allows you to learn more about Energy Northwest as we get to know you as a potential future full-time employee. 

Our internship opportunities enable you to use what you learned during your formal schooling, while expanding your knowledge of Energy Northwest, benefiting from valuable on-the-job experience and working with some of the brightest minds in the business.     

Internship participants increase their chances for full-time positions upon graduation. Are you ready to put your education to work? Take on new challenges at Energy Northwest. Summer internships are posted in January and are usually filled by mid-April of each year. Please apply as early as possible.

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See what opportunities are available to you as one of our New Graduate Engineers

 

 

 

Our New Graduate Engineer program is designed to hire engineering students earning their bachelor’s degree into full-time regular positions upon graduation. We seek graduating students who have earned engineering degrees in various areas including mechanical, electrical and civil disciplines.

Our intent is to allow the New Graduate Engineer to gain exposure to different groups within the Engineering department including Systems, Design, Plant Support, Reactor Fuels and Technical Services. The new Engineer will earn qualifications within their first year which qualifies them for promotions after their first year of employment.

Interested students are encouraged to meet our representatives at career fairs at their respective colleges and are invited to apply online to our annual Engineer-New Graduate posting on our careers page which opens up each fall.

 
Work-Based Learning Program

High school students in their junior or senior year from area high schools can work up to 20 hours per week. Interested students should contact their school representative.​

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