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We’re investing big in Michigan’s energy future with a $6 billion financial commitment over the next five years. To help us grow forward with Michigan, we’re actively recruiting bright and energetic students from our state’s colleges and universities to join our company.
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We offer paid summer internships in various departments and locations. These typically start in May and end in August. The responsibilities vary depending on department assignments and projects. To qualify for a summer internship position, you should be enrolled in a 4-year college program with a preferred 3.0 GPA or better in one of the following areas of college study:
Create a candidate profile and look for the postings that include “Intern” in the title.
The Consumers Energy Foundation provides support for minority and women students pursuing business or science-related degrees, including math, engineering and computer technology. The Foundation awards the grants to a variety of institutions and organizations that help to administer the scholarship program. Please see your college’s financial aid department for application details.
Frederick Kindinger, a retired meter reader from Consumers Energy, established a special scholarship program in his will to support the continuing education of employees, retirees and their dependents. This scholarship is available annually. To be eligible, you must be a current or retired employee of Consumers Energy, or a dependent of one, and reside in Jackson, Lenawee or Hillsdale County. For application details, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Federal law and many state laws require employers to make accommodations to disabled applicants and employees where the accommodation does not impose an undue hardship on the employer. For those applicants seeking a position within the State of Michigan, a disabled individual needing accommodation for employment must notify the employer in writing within 182 days after the need is known or should have been known. Michigan law provides that failure of a Michigan employee to properly notify the employer will preclude any claim that the employer failed to accommodate the disabled individual. However, this does not waive an individual’s right under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, which sets no time limit for requesting an accommodation nor does it require such accommodation to be in writing.