At ISO New England, interns spend the summer working with industry experts on projects that matter. You’ll apply what you’ve learned in school and develop marketable skills. Best of all, you’ll have a chance to learn the nuts and bolts of the wholesale electric power industry.
All summer 2018 internship positions are now filled. Please check back in October for our summer 2019 openings, or submit your resume for future consideration.
If you are a new graduate, you may want to check out our full-time openings.
ISO New England offers an eleven week summer internship program that introduces undergraduate and graduate students to the wholesale side of the power industry. Interns work full-time from June through mid-August and get paid competitive salaries. For students who live locally, some opportunities are available to continue working part-time in the fall and spring semesters.
Through hands-on projects, direct contact with senior management, and visits to power plants and other industry sites you will gain real-world experience in your area of study. Interns have access to a variety of learning and development programs, such as workshops on the power grid and wholesale electricity markets; control room simulations; software and computer-application training; and courses on business writing, presentation, communication, and professional networking skills.
Leading experts in the field will guide you as you learn and participate in the critical work we do.
Real work deserves real pay. ISO New England interns are offered salaries competitive with other companies in the industry.
We’re looking for self-starters with excellent academics, strong communication skills, and a desire to learn while working independently and in teams. While a few positions may be available at the sophomore level, most require students to be at least entering their junior year. Unless otherwise specified, graduate students are also eligible.