Inclemencias invernales: Los Centros de Servicio al Cliente de CPS Energy reabrirán el jueves 2 de febrero de 2023 a las 7:45AM.  Los clientes pueden acceder a la información de su cuenta 24/7 a través de Manage My Account. Los equipos están trabajando activamente para restablecer los cortes. Consulte el mapa de cortes para conocer el estado actual. El hielo puede causar líneas eléctricas caídas y recordamos a todos a evitar las líneas caídas y tratarlos como si estuvieran vivos. Agradecemos a todos su paciencia. Lea aquí nuestras últimas noticias y síganos en las redes sociales.

SAFE Internships

 

Each school year the SAFE program is open to highly-successful, incoming high school juniors who are interested in pursuing a college degree in fields related to the energy industry. Apply during junior year of high school and intern with us during the summer. The CPS Energy Student Assistance for Education (SAFE) Program is designed to promote higher education for professional careers in public utilities by:

  • providing personal development through mentoring
  • providing hands-on learning experiences through paid summer employment 
  • providing real-world work experience
  • providing exposure to various utility industry careers

The SAFE program benefits students with work experience, enhanced self-esteem, and a true picture of their chosen field of study. Student selection for participation in the program is based upon the student's application, interview, references, essays and their ability to meet all criteria outlined in the program participation checklist. Students interested in participating should apply online: https://careers.cpsenergy.com/

The following lists eligibility criteria for participation in the SAFE program. Students participating in the CPS Energy Student Assistance for Education (SAFE) program must meet all CPS Energy hiring policy requirements.

  • At least 16 years of age
  • Junior in high school
  • Have a grade average of "B" or higher
  • Rank in the top 20% of class
  • Have an above average attendance record
  • Demonstrate an interest in seeking a degree applicable to the utility industry
  • Participate in full-time summer employment with CPS Energy after junior year in high school for a minimum of 8 weeks each summer
  • Attend all activities sponsored by CPS Energy during summer employment
  • Must reside in CPS Energy service area
  • Pass a drug test and background screen prior to summer employment with CPS Energy
  • Complete CPS Energy online application. Submit HS transcripts, resume, letters of reference(2), essays and parent consent form (attach documents to online application)