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Students and graduates
You are the future, and the future of energy is achievable when we embrace creativity and innovative thinkers who view the world differently.
As a valued member of our team, you’ll work closely with industry experts and significantly contribute to shaping the energy industry of tomorrow.
This may be the first job of your career, but it is also the first chapter of your story. We hope you choose TC Energy to be a part of that story. Make your future with us.View our current opportunities
- Gain meaningful work experience and valuable skills
- Contribute to leading the transition to cleaner energy
- Solve problems through diversity and innovation
- Benefit from robust training and development opportunities
- Gain industry insight from experienced mentors
- Join a network of over 7,000 energy problem solvers
- Provide meaningful impact to the communities we live and work in
Meet Nathan, a TC Energy Indigenous Legacy Scholarship recipient.
Our student program is available to post-secondary students currently enrolled in an accredited program of study. Positions are available in January (Canada only) or May (Canada and US) of each year with work terms ranging from four to 16 months.
All student opportunities are posted beginning in September. Click here to see our current opportunities for students.
The TC Energy Scholarship program offers financial support directly to students pursuing post-secondary education. Scholarships are available in five categories:
- TC Energy STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Scholarship
- TC Energy Indigenous Legacy Scholarship
- TC Energy Trades Scholarship
- TC Energy Women’s Scholarship (Mexico Only)
- TC Energy Vocational Scholarship (Mexico Only)
Students can see if they pre-qualify for a TC Energy Scholarship anytime throughout the year at TCScholarships.com. The official scholarship application period reopens annually in March and ends in May.
Note: Dependents of TC Energy employees, contractors or consultants are not eligible to apply for these scholarships
We offer many opportunities for growth in all business sectors. Entry-level positions are available in various departments, with an emphasis on engineering, supply chain, accounting, finance, communications, human resources, information systems, technical programs and more.
Learn more about the innovative, exciting projects you could be working on.
Engineering is at the heart of what we do. For new engineers, our specialized Engineer-in-Training (EIT) Program offers a wide range of opportunities to get hands-on experience and launch an exciting, fulfilling career. From gaining knowledge on cutting edge technologies to developing problem solving skills, you’ll be able to build to your wealth of knowledge and expertise.
Our EIT Program offers:
- Job rotation
- Onboarding sessions
- Networking opportunities
- Technical and workplace skills training
- Professional licensure support
As an EIT, you’re eligible to participate in the Total Rewards package offered to all full-time employees.
View our current opportunities for engineers.
Once completed, the spinoff is anticipated to result in two high-quality, focused energy industry leaders.
TC Energy post-spinoff: A diversified, industry-leading natural gas and energy solutions company, uniquely positioned to meet growing industry and consumer demand for reliable, lower-carbon energy, by leveraging complementary business sets.
TC Energy will focus on natural gas—supported by strong long-term fundamentals—and power and energy solutions—driven by nuclear, pumped hydro energy storage and new energy opportunities—while continuing its history of maximizing asset value and operational excellence.
Liquids Pipelines Company: A critical infrastructure company with highly strategic assets that connect resilient and secure supply to the highest demand markets, while delivering incremental growth and value creation opportunities.
The new Liquids Pipelines Company will focus on enhancing the value of its unrivalled asset base by increasing capacity on underutilized portions of the system and increasing connectivity to additional receipt and delivery points.