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Opportunities for students and grads

Not all student programs are the same. At TC Energy, we’re looking for students and new grads who like challenges and want meaningful work experiences.

As part of the TC Energy family, you’ll be able to:

  • Grow your real world skills
  • Gain industry insight from experienced mentors
  • Be part of a tight knit and supportive team
  • Build your professional network
  • Give back to the community

As a valued member of our team, you’ll be doing exciting hands-on work that drives our business. You’ll learn by working closely with other skilled people at TC Energy. Every day will enhance your knowledge, skills and passion for what you do.

This may be the first job of your career – and the start of an amazing future.

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Fall 2020 virtual career events

We’d love to meet you at one of our virtual career fairs and events. If you attend one of the schools below, come find us:

Canada

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University of Calgary

TC Energy Information Session

September 28, 2020

5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. MST on Zoom.

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University of Alberta

TC Energy Information Session

September 29, 2020

5 pm. to 6:30 p.m. MST on Zoom.

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Queen’s University

Engineering and Technology Virtual Career Fair

October 6, 2020

8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. MST on Zoom.

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University of British Columbia

TC Energy Information Session

October 8, 2020

5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. MST on GoToWebinar

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Western University

TC Energy Information Session

October 15, 2020

3:00 p.m. to 4 p.m. MST on Zoom

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SAIT Polytechnic

TC Energy Information Session

October 20, 2020

5 p.m. to 6 p.m. MST on Zoom 

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United States

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Texas A&M University

SEC Engineering Career Fair

September 2, 2020

9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. CT

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University of Houston

Engineering, Energy and Construction Management Industry Career Fair

September 15, 2020

12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. CT.

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West Virginia University

STEM Career and Internship Fair

October 1, 2020

10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET. 

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University of Houston

Energy Career Fair

October 2, 2020

12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. CT. 

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Marshall University

Engineering and Science Majors Virtual Career Expo

October 13, 2020

11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. ET. 

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TC Energy's Co-operative Education and Internship Program is available to post-secondary students enrolled in an academically accredited co-op or internship program. Positions are available year-round, with work terms ranging from four to 16 months.

Student opportunities are posted beginning in September (for January and May start dates) and May (for September start dates). To search for current openings, visit Jobs.TCEnergy.com and enter "Student" in the keyword box.

Interested in a career track position where your contributions are recognized and rewarded?

TC Energy offers many opportunities for growth in all business sectors. Entry-level positions are available in various departments, with an emphasis on engineering, business, information systems and technical programs.

Learn more about the innovative, exciting projects you could be working on in our Operations section.

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 build a rewarding career. Our EIT Program offers:

  • Job rotation
  • Onboarding sessions
  • Mentorship
  • Networking opportunities
  • Technical and workplace skills training
  • Professional licensure support

As an EIT, you are considered a full-time TC Energy employee. This means you’re eligible to participate in our Total Rewards package.

EITs are typically hired each September, with additional opportunities available throughout the year.

To search for current job openings, visit Jobs.TCEnergy.com and enter "engineer" in the keyword box.

 

School is expensive. We can help!

TC Energy is proud to offer more than 1,000 scholarships annually to students across North America through the TC Energy Scholarship program. We know that support for education is a top priority for communities and our business. Through our scholarship program, we can help build strong communities, develop the next generation of community leaders and provide a skilled workforce for our industry.

We offer scholarships in five categories:

  • TC Energy Trades Scholarship
  • TC Energy Indigenous Legacy Scholarship
  • TC Energy Community Leaders Scholarship
  • TC Energy Women’s Scholarship (Mexico only)
  • TC Energy Vocational Scholarship (Mexico Only)

Visit TCScholarships.com to see if you pre-qualify for a scholarship and to subscribe to our mailing list.

TC Energy’s Summer Student Program offers rewarding positions throughout Canada and the U.S.

To search for current openings, visit Jobs.TCEnergy.com and enter “student” in the keyword box.

Please note that opportunities are available based on business needs, and may change from year to year.

Student stories

A win-win partnership for students and employer

Landing a summer job related to their area of interest is not always an easy feat for students – but this year, throw in a pandemic, and locking down a solid summer job became an even bigger struggle. Through our decade-long partnership with Community Futures Treaty Seven (CFT7) – a non-profit organization focused on economic development, training and employment with Treaty 7 First Nations – TC Energy hired two CFT7 summer students who have been working with us this summer. Since 2010, our Indigenous Relations and Talent Acquisition departments have teamed up to support CFT7 on a variety of initiatives, including employment symposiums, a youth advisory committee and as a partner employer in its First Nations Summer Career Placement Program.

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From self-taught HTML coder to sought-after intern

For many post-secondary students, it’s easy to define success – a high grade point average (GPA) and a job offer after graduation. For some students, like Sandeep Sidhu, measuring success goes one step further and includes the experiences along the way that enrich our perspectives and build a well-rounded skillset.

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PLATO Indigenous Software Testing interns share their experience at TC Energy

When you hear of Plato, you might think back to the innovative philosopher of Ancient Greece who created the first university in the world. In the Information Technology (IT) world; however, PLATO is an Indigenous Software Testing company that develops and employs Indigenous software testers across Canada, providing rewarding and sustainable careers in remote communities.

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From summer student to millwright apprentice

Some people might say that if you work at a large company, it’s easier to become lost in the crowd – but for Anthony Crowshoe, his experience working at the Airdrie office was more of a small company feel.

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Field intern brings real-world insights back to campus

Gage Jaeger is back on campus as a sophomore at North Dakota State University, after he spent the summer working with our field operations team in Mandan, ND on the Northern Border Pipeline.

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Intern experiences hands-on learning in the field

In August, Avery Foret wrapped up the final weeks of her 16-month field engineering internship in Crossfield, AB. Now, she is back on campus at the University of Calgary to complete her mechanical engineering degree with a new perspective on the ‘real-world’ application of her studies.

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Reaping the rewards of a quality internship

Madison Heeg, a sophomore in electrical engineering at the Colorado School of Mines, recently worked as a quality assurance intern in our Houston office. She gained valuable work experience, broadened her knowledge of the industry, and developed strong connections and friendships.

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