Last fall, 183 college students accepted paid internships with Phillips 66 for the summer of 2020. Then, the pandemic hit.
When deciding whether to continue its intern program, Phillips 66 chose to honor all of its commitments. This summer, corporate interns are participating virtually, while nearly 80 refining and midstream interns are in the field.
“Our engineering interns are getting real-world experience that will prepare them for joining the energy industry when they graduate,” says Bob Herman, executive vice president, refining, for Phillips 66.
This year’s intern class is one of its most diverse, with 44% females and 40% from minority groups.
– Nellie Betzen, The Engineering 100