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Southern California Edison 2244 Walnut Grove Ave Rosemead, CA, 91770 626-302-1212


Southern California Edison (SCE), whose parent is Edison International, is among the nation’s largest electric utilities. SCE distributes power to more than 14 million people in central, coastal, and southern California. SCE has 5,574 MW of net generating capacity from nuclear, hydroelectric, and fossil-fueled power plants. SCE shows Students & Recent Grads how professionals got their start through internships, explains intern qualifications http://www.edison.com/ home/careers/students-recent-grads. html, provides an intern search engine: https://sce.taleo.net/careersection/ sce_external_campus_career_section/ jobsearch.ftl, and a way to find out when there are campus visits.


Southern California Gas Company 555 W. 5th St.


Los Angeles, CA 90013 213-244-1200


Southern California Gas Company is the nation’s biggest natural gas distribution utility. It provides energy to 20.9 million consumers in more than 500 communi- ties in a service territory encompassing about 20,000 square miles throughout Central and Southern California. SoCal- Gas careers looks for top talent for its Engineering, and Accounting/Finance intern programs: http://www.socalgas. com/careers/internships-rotations. shtml,at college recruiting events at 11 California university and the University of Arizona.


Southern Company 30 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd. NW Atlanta, GA 30308 404-506-5000


Southern Company serves 4.4 million customers in the Southeast United States and owns Alabama Power, Georgia Pow- er, Gulf Power, and Mississippi Power utility companies. Southern Company is a licensed operator of three nuclear gen- erating plants and two fiber optics and wireless communications companies, Southern Telecom and SouthernLINC Wireless. At Southern’s Career page, http://www.southerncompany.com/ about-us/careers/home.cshtml, you can search for Jobs, find out about Campus Recruiting, and if a graduate click on Experienced Recruiting to see what jobs fit your skills. There is also an Internship page: http://www.southerncompany. com/about-us/careers/campus-recruit- ing/intern.cshtml.


The Dow Chemical Company Midland, Michigan 48674 USA 989-636-1000


The Dow Chemical Company is a world leader in the manufacture of specialty chemicals, advanced materials, agro- sciences, and plastics businesses for customers in about 180 countries. Customer sectors include packaging,


electronics, water, coatings and agricul- ture. In 2013, Dow’s revenue topped $57 billion and the company had about 53,000 worldwide employees. Dow manufactures 6,000 products at 201 sites in 36 countries. Visit Careers at Dow, http://www.dow.com/careers/, to find out about job openings. At the bottom of the page, read about a Co-op program and Internships: http://www. dow.com/careers/programs/student. htm, Rotational Programs, and Careers at Dow.


U.S. Department of Energy 1000 Independence Ave SW Washington, DC 20585 202-586-5000


The U.S. Department of Energy mis- sion “is to ensure America’s security and prosperity by addressing its energy, environmental and nuclear challenges through transformative science and technology solutions.” The DoE’s main divisions are Energy, Science & Innova- tion, Nuclear Safety and Security, and Management and Operational Excel- lence, and operates 21 Labs & Technol- ogy Centers: http://energy.gov/offices. STEM students and graduates interested in a career with the DoE should check out its Jobs page: http://energy.gov/ jobs/jobs. The page has links to Nation- wide Jobs Opportunities and Internships.


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