Chevron Phillips │ SCI Scholars Internship

Summer 2014

3 openings available

Sponsoring Company:
Chevron Phillips Chemical Company

Pasadena, TX
Baytown, TX
Sweeny, TX

Preferred course of study: Chemical Engineering

Organizational Unit:
Manufacturing Plants

Internship Period: 10 weeks

Salary: $10,000+

Additional Support: Relocation and housing allowance provided


  • Current junior
  • U.S. citizen or permanent resident
  • Minimum GPA of 3.5

About Chevron Phillips Chemical

Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LLC, one of the world's top producers of olefins and polyolefins and a leading supplier of aromatics, alpha olefins, styrenics, specialty chemicals, piping, and polymer resins. Chevron Phillips Chemical employs over 4,700 professionals at manufacturing sites and research/technology centers around the world. Chevron Phillips Chemical has the people, assets, and technology to pursue chemical opportunities on a global scale.

Internship Description

Chemical engineering internships at Chevron Phillips provide opportunities for students to gain real-world experience in manufacturing facilities. Interns are typically assigned a mentor who will direct their summer work experience. Work or project assignments are commensurate with a student's academic background so they may put in practice their technical expertise and classroom knowledge while expanding their knowledge outside classroom boundaries. 

Typical projects could include plant optimization, expansion projects, energy reduction, quality control, or reduction of environmental impacts from water or air emissions.

How to Apply

Apply by December 14, 2013!
  • Application Form
    Complete the application form (requires CV/resume). Be sure to indicate your top 3 internship company choices.

  • Official Transcript
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    SCI Scholars/Education
    American Chemical Society
    1155 16th Street NW
    Washington, DC 20036

  • Recommendation Form
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