To Powel, our employees' skills, ideas and personality are of great value. Each employee’s effort makes a difference. You can let your skills and talent become part of our expertise, by applying for our popular summer internship. An internship with us gives you the opportunity to work with academic related issues and real-life business cases, whilst becoming familiar with Powel.
In Powel, we work to create value for our customers through business critical solutions for the energy, public and contracting sectors and the internship reflect the variety of our business areas. You will work on highly relevant cases and projects in interdisciplinary groups, within one of our business units.
Working together in small teams with other interns, you will receive mentoring from Powel employees in an international, knowledgeable, informal, and fun work environment. Interns will work together on business opportunities or solution development within one specific business unit. All groups will work within the overarching theme of “CoCreate”. Co-creation refers to a process where people or groups collaborate with one or more companies to develop new products and concepts, which is something we do a lot of in Powel! At the end of the six weeks, you can see how all the projects fit under the main topic.
Some students may be assigned the role of project managers for the total project, if you think that sounds interesting, please notify us in your application.
In Powel, we seek the following qualities and qualifications for our interns: Motivated, innovative, and solution-oriented students who enjoy learning and has relatively good computer skills. International and domestic students, all ages/levels, and from all educational backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
The internship lasts for a total of six weeks, starting mid-June, with a three-week summer break half way through the programme. The internship takes place at Powel’s head office in Trondheim, Norway.
*Please note that the application deadline has now passed.*
Want to know more? Our 2018 summer interns share their experiences below