Internships and Cooperative Education Assignments
ISO New England offers internships and cooperative education assignments in various engineering and business disciplines.
ISO interns are college students working full time during college breaks. Co-op students work full time during the school year in place of attending classes. Co-op students can also work in the summer before or following the school-year assignment.
These opportunities provide qualified candidates an excellent platform for professional growth and development and a head start on building career credentials.
You'll learn first-hand what ISO New England and the region's electricity industry are all about and begin developing a network of peers, mentors, and professional contacts. You'll be involved from day one in meaningful projects that will expand your technical, business, and communication skills.
And you'll earn a competitive salary while you use your creativity and offer fresh perspectives in an industry that thrives on change.
ISO New England offers internship and co-op assignments in the following disciplines:
- Computer Science
Student Project Opportunities
ISO New England welcomes proposals from highly qualified and motivated students whose degree requirements include technical project work.
You'll be able to integrate your academic training and explore career interests through productive and exciting work assignments.
The company offers project opportunities wholesale electricity market development, power system engineering, power system forecasting, systems analysis, software development, database management, networking, and various project support options.
College Recruiting Events
ISO New England recruiters regularly visit colleges and career fairs. These venues offer the opportunity to learn more about the work of the ISO, discuss various student opportunities, and even apply for open positions.