Energizing Your Future

Calling all interns!

Intern Elliot Nelson shows his team spirit with ATC
substation engineer and former intern Justin Nettesheim
during ATC’s 2014 Office Olympics at ATC’s
Madison office, Friday, Feb. 7.

Although it’s hard to imagine after the recent polar vortex, summer is just around the corner. For college students everywhere (and their parents) the impending change in season brings to mind one particular question: What am I going to do over summer break? 
How about a paid internship at American Transmission Co.? ATC has 33 internship positions to fill for summer 2014 in our Madison, Cottage Grove, Pewaukee and De Pere, Wis., offices. Many of the internships are for civil or electrical engineering students and others are in human resources, information technology and corporate security. 
ATC interns don’t make coffee. They do anything that full-time employees do. (So technically yes, that includes making coffee if they emptied the pot.) But in all seriousness, ATC interns do real work, and work right alongside professionals in their field. Interns learn invaluable career skills, processes technologies and programs—skills that give them a leg up both in their college coursework and when it’s time to find a job after graduation. 
Interested? We’re accepting applications now, so check out our open internship positions and apply today!

The basics

  • Length: May – August, with a possibility to extend into the fall or winter
  • Hours: 40 hours per week during the summer, 15-20 hours per week during the school year
  • College credit: Some schools give credit for internships
  • When to apply: NOW!