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​Exelon's intern program introduces students to our culture built on innovation and personal development that values our employees and rewards them for their achievements. We are building the future of the energy industry with an emphasis on social and environmental responsibility. Our employees are doing work that shapes the modern world. If you are seeking a challenging opportunity in a dynamic and evolving industry, Exelon is for you.
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Whether you’re looking for an internship or a full-time job, Exelon is ready for you.

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Apply your academic success to real world business projects. Exelon is looking for current students with demonstrated academic excellence and that have strong interpersonal and communication skills as well as leadership potential. Many of our interns return to the summer program multiple times and receive full-time offers when they graduate.


Exelon’s Summer Intern Program

Exelon’s 10-week summer internship program is an ideal opportunity for students pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Computer Science/CIS, Finance, Business, and several other disciplines to gain professional industry experience.

What can you expect as an Exelon summer intern?

  • Academic Learning: Interns will work on value-add projects that will allow them to apply knowledge learned in the classroom to the workplace. At the end of the summer, they will present their projects to a panel of business leaders and their peers.
  • Skill Development: Exelon internships mirror full-time positions, and will allow interns to develop decision-making and critical thinking skills, increased confidence and self-esteem. Continuous feedback is integrated into the program, through initial Goal Setting, Mid-Period Evaluations and End-Period Evaluations.
  • Career Development: Opportunities to meet and interact with Exelon employees helps interns gain knowledge of the qualifications and duties of specific positions so students can explore their interest in the field.
  • Peer Networking: Intern program events provide an opportunity for interns to get to know each other in a more casual environment.

Exelon employees attend events across the country to meet with students on campus and at career fairs to discuss opportunities and help students learn more about what it means to power the future of the energy industry. Recruiters and representatives from our businesses participate in these events so we can personally meet with top talent.

We know that your time is valuable and to help you plan for your future you can see where Exelon will be this Fall by downloading the Exelon LINK App.


New Graduate Hiring

Exelon is committed to recruiting new talent into our workforce to drive the industry forward as they begin their careers. Many entry-level positions are filled by previous interns, but we also hire new graduates directly into full-time positions and rotational programs.

Awards and recognition​​




Top 50 Best Overall Internship Program 2016<img alt="" src="/PublishingImages/Lists/Awards/AllItems/Vault%202016.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />GP0|#e6f02775-dea9-44c1-bbc1-6307bad044cd L0|#0e6f02775-dea9-44c1-bbc1-6307bad044cd|Diversity GTSet|#6105f392-f940-436d-9417-53b1e2a41f1d 50 Best Overall Internship Program 2016<p>​Exelon's intern program was named as a Top 50 Best Overall Internship Program by Vault for 2016. Vault surveyed thousands of current and former interns to determine the annual list, and Exelon ranked No. 33 for 2016. This is the fourth year in a row that Exelon has been recognized on this list.​</p>
Best Places to Work for Recent Grads 2013-2014<img alt="" src="/PublishingImages/Lists/Awards/AllItems/logo_RecentGrads.jpg" width="162" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />GP0|#e6f02775-dea9-44c1-bbc1-6307bad044cd L0|#0e6f02775-dea9-44c1-bbc1-6307bad044cd|Diversity GTSet|#6105f392-f940-436d-9417-53b1e2a41f1d Places to Work for Recent Grads 2013-2014<p>​​Exelon was recognized as one of the 25 best employers nationwide for recent college graduates. Companies were evaluated based on career advancement opportunities, compensation and benefits, culture and work-life balance. The list was compiled by Experience, the largest university-endorsed career network.</p>