You can already gain in-depth insight into what we do during your time at university. And, with our Corporate Trainee Program for recent graduates, you can learn about EnBW’s various departments and activities.
Earn money, advance the energy transition by working on exciting projects, and prepare for your entry into the workforce, all while making important contacts for your future career. As a student employee at EnBW, you’re part of the team and can learn all about what we do and the challenges we face before you even start your career.
Duration and potential opportunities
In order to get the most out of your experience with us, you should plan to be here for at least eight weeks to six months – the longer the better. You will discuss the details regarding your working hours and days with your team and/or your supervisor to make sure it works with your schedule and your studies (legal maximum: 20 hours per week during the semester and a maximum of 48 hours per week between semesters). In general, you are free to choose which hours you work within our core times of Monday to Friday, 6:00 am to 7:00 pm.
With an internship, you can gain practical experience and figure out what kind of job you’re best suited for during your university studies or vocational training. Our internship opportunities are primarily for professional orientation purposes – however, all of our internships are paid, of course.
Duration and potential opportunities
More than just a brief introduction: At EnBW, we want to really get to know one another. Which is why all of our internships generally last between three and six months. After all, there are so many fascinating departments and divisions within our company. And we offer internships in nearly all of them: from IT and R&D to infrastructure and grids all the way to retail, generation, sales, and much more. So you’re sure to find something that interests you.
What we need from you
We require a valid enrollment certificate; furthermore, in the case of mandatory internships, we also require a corresponding excerpt from your university’s study regulations.
Looking for a topic with potential? EnBW offers a wide range of fascinating research fields for scientific thesis and dissertation projects. Plus, our experts will be there to support you at all times with their extensive knowledge and plenty of good advice.
Topic and duration
You can find our current topics and fields of research under “Apply now.” Of course, you also have the option to discuss your own ideas in an interview with us to make sure that your topic is right for you. Once we have worked out the details together, all that’s left is for your university advisor to approve your proposal and you’re ready to go! Generally, depending on your university’s examination regulations, thesis projects take anywhere from six weeks to six months
Our pay structure opens up a lot of opportunities: we offer € 1,872 a month gross pay for all internships and thesis projects, and a minimum of € 16 per hour gross pay for student employees currently completing their bachelor’s degrees or € 18 gross pay for master’s students.
Modern technical equipment
You benefit from our state-of-the-art technical equipment that provides you with everything you need to work today. Plus, if you’re working in a technical department, you’ll also receive all the necessary protective clothing.
Personal and professional development
Exciting and challenging tasks offer you a wide range of attractive prospects for personal and professional development.
Flexible working time models
Our flexible working time models offer you the necessary freedom to align your job and your studies in a way that best suits your life.
Meetups and networking
As part of our “Studi Energy Program”, we host regular meetups and events: for example student coffee hours and after-work events as well as trips to our power plants and training courses that allow you to develop your hard and soft skills. All these offers allow you to make professional and private connections that will help you throughout your future career.
Our managers make it possible: They bring your personal goals and EnBW’s goals into alignment, thereby helping you and the energy transition succeed. That’s why at EnBW, management means trusting and sharing knowledge. And that is why we continually train our managers to introduce them to trends and new technologies and offer them the opportunity to gain the latest skills. So that they can serve as role models who inspire, spark curiosity, and motivate their colleagues to tackle challenges. And, in regular meetings, you’ll discuss what you need to help you succeed.