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Internships at Jackson EMC give high school and college students the opportunity to gain valuable hands-on experience in their field of study or interest.  Our internship program helps students develop important skills while learning about our company and the industry. Our goal is to help students learn the necessary skills and provide them with a sense of direction to be successful in the next stage of their careers.

Chris Larkins, Engineering Department Summer Intern

I not only learned the daily importance of engineers at Jackson EMC, who maintain and install hundreds of services for members, but I also was provided with a holistic exposure to each of the other departments at Jackson EMC.

Chris Larkins, Engineering Department Summer Intern


  • How do I learn about internship opportunities?

    Our formal internship program is a work in progress. We’ll begin posting internship opportunities on our website soon. Currently, we notify local high schools, colleges and universities when we have an internship opportunity.

  • How do I apply?

    At some point in the near future, you’ll be able to apply for internships at our website. In the meantime, you may send your resume to employment@jacksonemc.com to inquire about an internship opportunity.

  • How many hours are interns required to work?

    There is no absolute minimum number of hours that our internships are required to work. Generally, interns are expected to work somewhere between 15-25 hours per week, depending on the student’s class schedule and availability.

  • How long will the internship last?

    Our internships are intended to last for at least one semester. How long they continue beyond that is dependent upon the student’s availability and his/her work performance as an intern with Jackson EMC.

  • What can I expect during the interview process?

    If you’re selected for an interview, you’ll be asked to meet with a representative from Human Resources, the person who would be your supervisor, and one additional Jackson EMC employee. You’ll be asked questions about your education, previous work or internship experience, and some other general questions. We’ll need some additional information so that we can conduct appropriate background and reference checks to help us determine if you’re the best candidate for our open position.

  • Will this be a paid internship?