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Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow Summer Work Study Program
Job Code:2024-5000-001
Salary Grade:
Reports To:
Department:Human Resources

Job Responsibilities:


The Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow Summer Work Study Program at Coastal Electric
Cooperative offers rising high school seniors a chance to work as full-time Coastal employees during
the summer. The program introduces students to career opportunities in the electric cooperative
industry. This is a valuable opportunity for students seeking on-the-job training and expertise to
sharpen their existing skill set and/or field of interest. The successful Learners Today, Leaders
Tomorrow Summer Work Study Program has proven time and time again to provide valuable work
experiences, socialization opportunities and skill development all while earning a salary.

Job Scope/Program Details

-  Develop a general knowledge of the Cooperative.
-  Work with employees in departments such as Engineering and Operations, Human
   Resources, Safety, Customer Service, Marketing and IT performing basic work activities.
-  Every aspect of the program will be closely supervised and
   evaluated by a manager.
-  Students will be paid $10.00 per hour and may work up to 40 hours per week. Any hours
   worked over 40, within a work week, will be paid at time and half ($15.00 per hour).
   Work schedules will vary depending on the department in which the student is placed.
   The program is approximately 8 weeks with a start date of June 3, 2024 to July 26,
   2024. Schedule: Monday through Friday – 7:30a.m. – 5:30 p.m. (may vary based on
   department and team). Must be able to work the entire 8 week program.
-  Except required by law, students will not be eligible to receive company issued benefit
-  Students will be provided work shirts and personal protective equipment, if applicable.
   Appropriate jeans or khakis is the dress code for inside positions. Students working in
   field positions will need to provide their own 100% cotton jeans, belt, and suitable work
-  All students will be required to present to the management team a final presentation
   covering the projects they were involved in during the program. Human Resources
   will work with each student on creating and finalizing projects for the final presentation.
   Students will also be engaged in community service projects.
-  Upon completion of the program and verification of acceptance at a college or technical
   school program of their choice, students will be awarded a $500 scholarship.

Job Qualifications:

Students must:
-  Be at least 16 years of age.
-  Complete the 11th grade (must be a raising high school senior)
    and have a minimum 2.5 grade point average.
-  Operate all equipment in a safe and professional manner.
-  Be a responsible individual with reliable transportation to and from work
-  Ability to read, understand, and follow procedures, rules, and regulations.
-  Ability to perform physically demanding activities while working outside in all
-  Must pass pre-employment screening (drug testing).
-  Perform other job related duties as requested by management


Please apply online at
Deadline to apply: April 26, 2024
Students must submit the following documents:
-  A Resume
-  A one-page cover letter briefly describing the student’s interest in the program and why
   he/she should be selected
- Official Transcript verifying current GPA