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Jan 2 / Carmen Gamlin

DTE Energy Recruits WSU Engineering Students and Graduates!

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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.


  • 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 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, for undergraduate and graduate Engineering needs.


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