The former Integrys Energy Group and its operating companies were recently acquired and now do business as WEC Energy Group. Suppliers and individuals seeking employment may use the links below to find information about working with Michigan Gas Utilities, Minnesota Energy Resources, North Shore Gas, Peoples Gas and Wisconsin Public Service.

Student Employment

Student Employment


Students may provide temporary help for our companies in the summer or year-round. They also help themselves by earning money for school along with great work experience.

What Should You Know Before You Apply?

  • Openings are for students pursuing technical, associate, bachelor or master degrees.
  • As a student, you won't necessarily work in your field of study. Students usually help us by doing clerical, administrative or labor-type work.
  • Summer student positions are typically posted between January and March.
  • Year-round student positions are posted as they become available.
  • Summer student employees work for 3 to 4 months during the summer.
  • Year-round student employees works a pre-determined number of hours each week while attending school. They usually work for the entire 12 months of the year.
  • Other requirements apply. See "Requirements for Student Employees," below, for more details.

Requirements for Student Employees

Student eligibility is based on a number of documents that will be required as a part of the selection and continued performance management process including, but not limited to, unofficial transcripts submitted at least annually, application data and any medical/physical testing documented results.

  • Students must be enrolled as a part-time/full-time student pursuing a technical, associate, bachelor or master degree.
  • Students must be age 18 or older, a high school graduate, or GED/HSED, and continuing post-high school education.
  • Account(s) with the Company must not be delinquent, or if the account is delinquent, the student must be actively making payments under the terms of a deferred payment arrangement or have paid 50% of the delinquent balance.
  • Students must be authorized to work in the U.S. on a permanent basis.
  • Students must be eligible for rehire if they are returning students.
  • Students must successfully complete a drug screen, background check and physical testing as a part of the selection process.
  • Students' eligibility for employment is based on ongoing performance. Participation in this program is considered employment at will.
  • The maximum number of summers/years that a student can be employed is six.

Things to Consider When Applying

  • Contact Information provided should be where the Recruiter can locate you.
  • Provide a Resume (You can upload, copy, or type one).
  • Read the application questions carefully to ensure an accurate response (Missing or incomplete data may prevent you from moving forward).
  • Have actual education and employment details and dates before beginning the application process (Missing or incomplete data may prevent you from moving forward).