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We Energies info sessions for youth apprentices and interns

High school students can begin training for energy careersHigh school juniors can start training for a career now! We Energies is looking for students to train as a line mechanic or gas technician intern, or as a natural gas design youth apprentice. Get paid while still in high school!

Line Mechanic Intern: Maintain power lines and climb electrical poles. Learn about electric distribution, basic electric theory, safety, and materials and operations.

Gas Technician Intern: Maintain equipment, repair leaks, and troubleshoot problems with natural gas lines. Understand how natural gas is used in homes and businesses.


Line Mechanic and Gas Technician Internship Information Session

High School Juniors
October 21, 2020 from 1:00 to 2:30 P.M.
Register at  by October 20.

If you cannot attend or have further questions, contact Tamera Coleman at

Must complete the We Energies Internship application by November 2 at


Natural Gas Design Engineer Youth Apprenticeship: Work 900 paid hours and learn natural gas design and engineering concepts. Design construction prints and see them implemented on job sites. Earn up to 12 college credits transferable to MATC.

Design Engineer Youth Apprentice Information Session

High School Juniors
October 22, 2020 from 3:00 to 4:30 P.M.
Register at by October 21.

If you cannot attend or have further questions, contact Terri Salzer at


Interested students can fill out the Wisconsin Youth Apprentice application at


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