Purpose of the Student Intern Program
The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission’s (WSSC) Student Intern Program provides college/university students with the opportunity to gain practical experience in their field of study. WSSC encourages active student participation in helping our organization fulfill its overall goal to be world class.
We invite you to join the WSSC, where we are committed to providing you with interesting and challenging work opportunities as well as a supportive learning environment.
Length of the Program
The program is a 10-week hands-on experience that starts in early June and ends in mid-August.
College/University Background Prerequisite
The following are some of the college/university majors that fit well with our organization:
|Civil/Environmental, Electrical, Mechanical, Corrosion
||Biology, Chemistry, Microbiology, Environmental
Business, Customer Relations, Finance, Human Resources, Materials Management,
Risk Management, Safety, Supply Chain Management
| Information Technology
||Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Systems
||Political Science, Public Administration
||Journalism, Public Affairs, Public Relations
Requirements of the Intern Position
- Be currently enrolled full time in a college or university.
- Have a 2.5 or higher grade point average
- Successful completion of the interview.
- Proof of your legal right to work in the United States will be required upon employment.
- See specific postings for more detailed requirements.
How To Apply for an Internship
Visit our Career Center Job Openings page to view all of the available internships each year. All job openings for interns will start with the title "STUDENT INTERN". Finding all internship positions is easy - just enter "STUDENT INTERN" into the Keywords search box.