Engineering Pipeline Program | National Grid

The Pipeline is a six-year developmental journey for high school students to translate their interest in science, technology, engineering or mathematics into a future career in engineering.  Each year, forty-five students are selected who are in their junior year of high school, demonstrate a strong interest in science and math, and also have a minimum cumulative GPA of 87 out of 100.  While in the program they are given the opportunity to participate in on-going activities which may include educational, job shadowing and mentoring activities, as well as competing for a  select number of paid internship at National Grid.  Accepted students must pursue an engineering degree, maintain a 3.0 GPA in college and participate in ongoing Pipeline Program activities whereby upon graduation from college they will be considered for future employment with National Grid.

How to Apply

  1. Visit the National Grid Career Search site and type "Pipeline" into the Search Keyword field.
  2. Select the Pipeline program that is delivered in your region. For those living in the Metro NY region, select the Melville, NY program. Upstate NY residents may select Liverpool, NY, and New England residents may choose Millbury, MA.
  3. Click "Apply Now" and follow the instructions to register as a new user and provide any relevant personal information, experience, and education.
  4. You may enter your attachments at a later date, but all of the following must be attached and submitted alongside your application by April 15th:

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at OurAcademy.us@nationalgrid.com with your name in the subject line.