Start Planning Your Career!
Choosing a career can feel like a really big task – but there are ways to identify the job that’s right for you, starting with education courses you choose in high school, internships and tech school certifications.
High School Students
Talk with your CTAE or College & Career Academy coordinator for more information on CTAE pathways, College & Career Academies, work-based learning and classes you can take to prepare for jobs after graduation.
Learn more on CTAE's website here.
Consider a Georgia Power internship. Internships offer flexibility for high-school students to develop practical skills and apply on-the-job experience. Applications open each January for summer employment. High school graduates are eligible to apply for an eight-week summer internship to experience what it's like to work at Georgia Power as an Apprentice Lineworker. Successful interns can earn scholarships to complete required training at a TCSG campus and earn their Electrical Lineworker Apprentice Certification (ELAC). Fulltime employment opportunities may be available for students earning the ELAC.
Visit a Georgia Power facility on student engagement day. Experience what it’s like to work at Georgia Power through hands-on activities.
Georgia Power uses pre-employment testing to assess your skills. This helps us know more about your abilities – and helps you find the job that’s right for you! Check out these pre-employment practice tests and study guides to get started.
Specific technical school programs and skills training events are designed to help you succeed in an energy career. Electrical Lineworker Apprentice and Electrical Utility Technology certifications are offered at Georgia’s technical schools. SkillsUSA, CEFGA and Be Pro Be Proud also offer information and training on in-demand, skilled trade careers.
Complete your profile here to be considered for jobs at Georgia Power.