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Summer Internships

Join us at PG&E for an exciting summer of challenging work and new friends. A summer internship with PG&E will give you real-world exposure to a dynamic and exciting business. Through a combination of opportunities including networking, executive speakers, volunteering and philanthropic adventures, innovation workshops, tours and a little fun we provide current students with an overview of the public utility experience.

 

 

Our summer internships are 10 + weeks and are available for both Bachelor’s and Master’s degree students. We offer a competitive salary, paid company holidays, supportive colleagues and the potential for a full-time position upon graduation.

Be ready to spend the summer at PG&E if you are:

  • Currently enrolled in an accredited university and plan to continue your education towards a degree after the summer internship.
  • Someone with a strong work ethic and demonstrate initiative
  • Someone who works well in a team environment
  • Someone with strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Actively involved in extracurricular activities on campus
  • In good academic standing
Important Notes:
  • You must be a student returning to full-time study in the fall after your internship to be eligible for a summer internship.
Application timelines:
  • Engineering summer internships are generally filled in the fall of the year prior to the upcoming summer. This includes:
  • Gas, Electric and IT Summer Internships
  • General business summer internships are generally posted starting January through April. This includes:
  • Accounting, Finance, Customer Service, Policy, Regulatory Affairs, HR and all other general business categories.
Application Process:

To get started, please type “intern/student” in the keyword field on the Search Jobs box on this page or navigate to the job search page found here.

  • If a position is posted that you wish to apply for:
  • Click Apply and follow the procedures
  • If no position is posted, please refer to ‘Application timelines’ section.
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