Easton Utilities Welcomes Summer Interns 2024

Easton Utilities is thrilled to announce the commencement of its annual summer internship program, which offers college students a hands-on practical learning experience in various departments. The program is designed to provide participants with valuable industry insights, enhance their skills, and prepare them for future careers. “Our internship program is a cornerstone of Easton Utilities’ commitment to nurturing young talent and supporting the professional growth of future industry leaders,” says Julie Harvey, Senior Human Resources Generalist for Easton Utilities.

The most recent group of interns includes:
  • ​Benjamin Begley – Florida State University, Finance and Marketing
  • August Boldt – Virginia Tech, Electrical Engineering
  • Nathan Book – St. Mary’s College of Maryland, Chemistry
  • Calvin Davis – University of Maryland-College Park, Computer Science (not pictured)
  • William Denny – Salisbury University, Data Science
  • Isaiah Haythe – University of Maryland-Baltimore County, Computer Science
  • Sabine Kimball – University of Washington, Chemistry (not pictured)
  • Nate Moore – Towson University, Computer Science
  • Jack O’Donnell – Elon University, Mechanical Engineering
  • Lily Osborne – Loyola University, Marketing (not pictured)
Easton Utilities’ internship program spans various departments, including engineering, IT, marketing, and operations, ensuring that students gain comprehensive exposure to their field of interest. Interns are mentored by experienced professionals, participate in real-world projects, and have opportunities for professional development and networking. This program not only aims to enhance academic knowledge but also to foster essential soft skills such as teamwork, problem-solving, and communication.
“Joining Easton Utilities as a marketing intern has already been such a great opportunity as I am applying my academic learning in a real-world context,” says Begley. “I am also gaining exposure to a professional atmosphere with numerous operations and departments.”
While working alongside their supervisor on a specific project designed to benefit both the company and the intern’s overall experience, each intern gives a formal presentation at the conclusion of the program. The internship program, led by Harvey, has helped many students secure full-time positions with both Easton Utilities and elsewhere upon graduating.
“Giving the interns the experience needed to build their resumes is invaluable and has led to numerous local job placements, including several at Easton Utilities,” adds Harvey.
Anyone entering their junior or senior year of college looking for a rewarding experience can learn more about the internship program and apply at eastonutilities.com​.​​