Internship and Cooperative Education Opportunities with the Tennessee Valley Authority:

TVA offers opportunities for fall, spring and summer work terms and winter holiday breaks. These programs as great ways to select future full-time employees.

Not only will you gain meaningful experience, you'll receive the following benefits:
  • Competitive hourly rate: We pay you a competitive hourly rate based on your class standing (e.g. grad student, senior, junior, etc.).
  • Free parking: We offer discounted parking, even reimbursing you in metro areas such as Chattanooga, Knoxville, Memphis and Washington, D.C.
  • Reimbursement for travel: We reimburse you for work-related travel expenses.
  • Housing assistance: If you work with us full-time and your official TVA work station is more than 50 miles from your permanent home address and temporary school address, you may be eligible for our housing assistance.
Interns may work for one or more terms based on our business needs and on performance. Co-op students generally commit to work more than one term. You'll alternate school and work terms based on a schedule determined by TVA working in conjunction with your school.
To apply, you must be at least 18 years old and a U.S. citizen who:
  • Attends school full-time (as defined by the college you attend)
  • Maintains a 2.75 or higher cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale
  • Demonstrates fitness for duty, which includes a passing a drug screen
  • Successfully completes at least 30 credit hours of college courses
Meet our intern or co-op eligibility requirements? Visit our Career Gateway page to apply for a posted internship that correlates with your major.

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