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Jan 2 / Carmen Gamlin

DTE Energy Recruits WSU Engineering Students and Graduates!

DTE Energy

 

DTE Energy is recruiting for the Winter 2014 Semester and beyond.

Below is a description for  winter 2014 Electrical Engineering Interns; the bottom has details for the Information Session for all Engineering disciplines

Job Title: Special Projects

Hours: 20 – 40 hours a week

Wage: Determined with class level

Employment Period: Winter 2014

Job Description: Students will be able to work on various grant funded projects as well as for additional resources during storms, etc. There is a large volume of work to get done that could utilize current electrical engineering students and in turn provide the District Office with a talent pool for future Associate Engineer openings.

Requirements:

  • Current College Student
  • Electrical Engineering major
  • Minimum of 2.5 GPA
  • Access to a reliable vehicle
  • Valid driver’s license

Candidate should have the following skills:

  1. Reliable – Must be able to work independently and professionally throughout the semester.
  2. Accurate – The focus of the program is to improve accuracy of various data
  3. Motivated – must be able to learn quickly and adopt new programming techniques and technologies.

Interested candidates should email their resume to Galia Espinoza espinozag@dteenergy.com. Please indicate in the email subject line that you are a WSU Electrical Engineering student.

Recruitment for summer 2014 and full time  DTE Energy engineering positions ( all disciplines) will be at the March 27th DTE Energy Information Session that will be from 12:00 to 2:00 in room 1520 EDC of the main Engineering Building.

If you are in need of support in applying to co-op/intern positions, you can access your Co-op Coordinator in Career Services for undergraduates ( 1001 FAB ).  You can also reach the Engineering Career Services Consultant, Carmen Gamlin, ad4182@wayne.edu for undergraduate and graduate Engineering needs.

 

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