At what other company can you contribute to capturing energy from the sun and wind, and storing it? Or work more than 250 feet in the air, develop virtual reality training, volunteer in the community and interact with top executives? At NextEra Energy, being an intern means more than getting involved in the day-to-day business. You’ll get exposure to real projects and challenges in an innovative and diverse environment while you gain professional experience. You will be provided mentoring and feedback, training and summer events to give you exposure to other interns and employees beyond your core work area.
NextEra Energy is looking for a select group of interns to join the company, learn about what we do and how we do it, and contribute to our amazing team. Our team is as diverse in thought, perspective and culture as the customers we serve. Our goal is to develop new talent and identify candidates for a right ‘fit’ for future full-time employment. Based on successful performance and the talent needs of our business, interns may have the opportunity to become NextEra Energy employees.
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Business Summer College Intern: A business-focused intern will handle a wide range of important duties and gain experience in areas such as financial modeling and forecasting, credit analysis and review, project evaluation and assessment, financial reporting and analysis, energy trading, and/or statistical analysis.
Applicants should be energetic, detail oriented and have excellent analytical skills. We are looking for students majoring in business, finance, economics, accounting or related majors. Examples of intern positions in this category include but are not limited to:
· Development Intern
· Finance Intern
· Tax Intern
· Accounting Intern
Engineering Summer College Intern: An engineering intern will participate as a valuable member of the engineering team, working directly with staff to apply diversified knowledge of engineering principles and practices to a broad variety of assignments.
Applicants should have excellent analytical skills, with the ability to work well in teams. We are looking for students majoring in electrical, mechanical, or other engineering majors. Examples of intern positions in this category include but are not limited to:
· Power Delivery Disbn. Intern
· Power Delivery Transmission Intern (electrical only)
· Power Generation Intern
· Nuclear Intern
Information Technology Summer College Intern: An IT intern will handle a wide range of important duties such as analyzing business processes and practices, developing and integrating new or existing applications into the technical infrastructure and existing business processes, design and implementation of information technology solutions that meet customer needs and business initiatives, and participate in testing, debugging, developing and enhancing existing or new systems.
Applicants should be collaborative and have excellent analytical skills, with the ability to work in teams. We are looking for students majoring in computer science, computer engineering, information technology, management information systems or related majors. Examples of intern positions in this category include but are not limited to:
· Data Science Intern
· Programming Intern
· Cyber Security Intern
· IT Business Analyst
Other (engineering & construction, environmental services, supply chain, marketing & communication etc.): Career-related activities encountered in the student’s area of specialization, under the supervision of a hiring manager.
Our internships generally start in May and run to early August depending on business needs, and provide mentoring and practical hands-on experience in a corporate environment. We intend to offer challenging projects and assignments as well as exposure to business unit activities; leadership and culture (i.e. staff meetings, networking and meetings with key site personnel). Positions are located throughout the United States. While our program is intended to be hands-on, on-site, please note that given the situation in the United States with the COVID-19 pandemic there is a chance the position will be virtual.