2019 Summer Student - College (4-Year Engineering Majors- Fermi Nuclear Power Plant)

Job Summary
This is a summer only student opportunity.
Key Accountabilities
DTE's popular Summer Student Program is now accepting applications for students interested in working for DTE during Summer 2019. If you want to get professional experience, preferably in a field of your study, all you need to do is apply to this posting - regardless of your major.
Recruiters will begin reaching out to students from December through March, of the following year. All students will be notified, whether they have been accepted, by the end of April. Students will begin working on May 13th, 2019. Summer Student employment typically ends in August. Students participating in Summer Student program must end their employment, no later, then after 120 calendar days from their start.
Students will work with engineers and other organizations to better learn and observe how engineers operate in a nuclear power industry setting. Every effort will be made to provide opportunities for students to observe plant activities. However, majority of the summer student employment will be in an office setting.
Assignments vary and in the past have included assisting with process improvements; equipment performance testing; collecting, inputting or analyzing technical data, and spreadsheet formation.
Minimum Education & Experience Requirements
Must have an active student status, in college, during period of work (attending school in the two terms leading up to the summer employment). Those individuals who graduate from college, prior to starting work, are not eligible for the program.
Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to participate in the program.
Have a 2.5 minimum, cumulative GPA.
College students will be asked to provide an official transcript as proof of eligibility prior to receiving an offer letter of employment. High School Seniors will be asked to provide a college acceptance letter prior to receiving an offer letter of employment.
Other Qualifications
Seniors graduating from high school, who will be attending college in the Fall term, are eligible to participate, if they meet age requirements.
All students must be, at least, 18 years of age by the time they start working in May or June of to be eligible.
Some positions will require driving. Those positions will require the student to have a valid driver's license, a reliable means of transportation and an acceptable driving record.
Additional Information
Nearest Major Market: Monroe
Nearest Secondary Market: Detroit

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