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PSEG believes in building an ongoing pipeline of qualified talent through our summer internship program. PSEG focuses their summer internships in the fields of Engineering and Business to fill 10 week spots within our corporate headquarters and our various operating locations, including PSEG Nuclear. The typical requirements for our summer internship positions are as follows:
Currently enrolled in Engineering or Business Degree Programs
Have completed at least their sophomore year
Hold and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA
Maintain a valid drivers license and a safe driving record
Please search our current openings in January for our annual Summer Internship Program positions.
Our Management Associate Program (MAP) seeks college graduates holding a Bachelor’s degree in Management or a management-related area such as Accounting, Business, Economics, Finance or Marketing. Participants go through a three-year management development program designed to prepare them for future roles within PSEG.
This program offers rotational assignments in which participants typically rotate every 9-12 months to different areas of the company (which may include field locations throughout New Jersey), to gain exposure to and experience in strategic, financial and operational areas of the Company.
Entry level Generation Engineers participate in rotational training and development opportunities within the PSEG Fossil organization. Participants are assigned to various power plant locations on a rotating basis, where they benefit from a range of leadership development and technical training opportunities. Successful participants gain valuable skills and knowledge for success and advancement throughout the PSEG Fossil organization.
College graduates holding a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical or Civil Engineering (3.0 GPA or above), and who are interested in Transmission and Distribution related areas of our utility, can apply. Positions are assigned based on business need, ability, interest and academic background. Successful hires may be given project or operational assignments at our corporate headquarters in Newark or at our field locations throughout New Jersey.
For a full job description, visit our Job Search page and type Engineer –PSE&G Electric Delivery in the keyword search field.
College graduates holding a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical, Industrial or Civil Engineering (3.0 GPA or above), and who are interested in the Gas Delivery related areas of our utility can apply. Positions are assigned based on business need, ability, interest and academic background. Positions are located in Newark, as well as additional field locations throughout New Jersey.
For a full job description, visit our Job Search page and type Engineer –PSE&G Gas Delivery in the keyword search field.
College graduates holding a Bachelor’s degree in an Engineering discipline, and are interested in nuclear power generation related areas of our Company, can apply (previous internship at a nuclear power facility is desired). Positions are located at our Salem/Hope Creek Generating facility in Southern New Jersey, which is the second largest Nuclear Power facility in the U.S., and the country’s only single-site facility featuring both BWR (boiling water reactor) and PWR (pressurized water reactor) technologies.
For a full job description, visit our Job Search page and type Associate Nuclear Engineer -- PSEG in the keyword search field.
Students attending Drexel University, Stevens Institute of Technology, NJIT or other universities with formal co-op programs, can apply for intern/co-op positions at our Salem or Hope Creek Generating Station or at our Mercer Generating Station. Participants are supervised by the Plant Engineering and support other engineers in the execution of their assignments and duties. Intern/co-op functions include assisting with identification, investigation and resolution of plant operating, safety and design issues, to ensure plant reliability and availability. Students will also support Engineers with monitoring, trending and assessing of systems and components to improve reliability; and will assist in engineering evaluation of ideas and research of questions in specialty areas. Participants will gain valuable exposure to the Nuclear, Fossil and Delivery related areas of PSEG.
If you’re looking for a strong start to a solid career, consider PSEG. As one of New Jersey’s best and largest employers, we offer you the stability, resources, support and opportunities to take your career to its highest potential.
PSEG provides you with significant career development initiatives, in a work environment in which your contributions are valued and respected and benefit society as a whole. With us, you’ll help provide the energy that enables our customers to lead better lives, as we continue to meet our ambitious responsibilities as a socially responsible organization.
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