SRP takes internship applications year-round from students with a minimum of 16 credit hours. Students can be at four-year colleges, gaining associate degrees or even going after their doctorate.
Along with EIGs and community investment, SRP benefits help employees focus on delivering water and power through investment in their long term career.
Caretaking can be a balancing act, especially when it includes a parent who is ill and requires ongoing support. Resources extend beyond balance into active support at SRP, benefits that continue to grow and evolve with the shift in demographics.
SRP has been named one of America’s Best Employers by Forbes, and #1 among Arizona-headquareted companies.
The Dave Thomas Foundation ranked SRP No. 86 nationally overall on its 2018 Best Adoption-Friendly Workplaces list and third in the nation in the Energy and Utilities category.