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Generation Sector Gas Turbine Technologies Student Employee

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15d ago

🚀 Summer Internship

Charlotte +1

AI generated summary

  • You must be a junior or graduate student with core knowledge, a willingness to take on challenges, experience in group projects, strong communication skills, and the ability to work with peer interns at EPRI.
  • You will conduct literature surveys, document results, collaborate with mentors, address challenges in power generation, and work independently while staying connected with peers and mentors.

Summer Internship

SustainabilityCharlotte, Palo Alto


  • Students may be hired into one of many research programs in the Generation Sector to work over the timeframe of May to August. Students who demonstrate exemplary skillsets and learning over this ~12-week period may be asked to work part time after the summer period and/or be invited in subsequent years to extend their exposure to the Energy Sector.
  • Students hired in the gas turbine technologies area may support a wide variety of research topics including but not limited to component quality & characterization; materials & coatings; AI & digital twins; alternative fuels; and system/component modeling.


EPRI is looking for exceptionally talented science and engineering students wishing to gain additional experience in the power industry. Typical majors could include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Engineering / Science - Mechanical, Electrical, Aerospace / Aeronautical, Materials, Welding, Chemical / Chemistry, Computer, Environmental, or similar fields
  • Information Technology / Cyber Security
  • Data Science


  • Be at least starting their junior year (3rd year) in Fall, while some projects will prefer M.S. or PhD graduate-level students graduating in next 1-2 years.
  • Working knowledge of core degree areas.
  • Willingness to take on new challenges.
  • Worked on group projects as part of classes.
  • Willingness to work and network with peer student interns at EPRI.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.

Education requirements

Currently Studying
Third Year

Area of Responsibilities



  • Conduct literature surveys and clear documentation of results in written and visual form
  • Work with technical mentors to gain experience in addressing real-world challenges, drivers, and priorities that impact power generation.
  • Conduct research and assigned tasks independently, but still be willing to interface with other peers and a technical mentor on a regular basis.


Work type

Full time

Work mode



Charlotte, Palo Alto