Westinghouse Selects Outstanding Scholars for Prestigious U.S. Internships

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University Engineering Students from Across Poland Spend Summer in Nuclear Industry

Cranberry Township, PA, July, 12, 2022 – Westinghouse Electric Company has selected 15 university students with outstanding academic and leadership credentials from Poland to participate in a summer internship program. The interns are engineering students from various Polish technical universities and while in the United States, they will work at the corporate headquarters and the company’s offices in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

“We are excited to welcome our first class of Polish interns to our U.S. offices as these future nuclear professionals train alongside our talented teams to promote and expand industry knowledge across the Polish workforce,” said David Durham, President, Westinghouse Energy Systems. “As Poland takes steps to transition to a clean energy economy, while reinforcing its energy independence and security, we are pleased to further advance in-country nuclear power skillsets for safe, reliable and secure operation.”

The internships are part of the overall Westinghouse commitment to advance nuclear technologies in Poland. The interns will have a unique opportunity to learn from industry-recognized professionals who have best-in-class experience in designing and supporting operating nuclear reactors worldwide.

Polish Interns CWHQ Fragman

Patrick Fragman, Westinghouse President and CEO welcomes interns at Westinghouse global headquarters in Cranberry Township, PA

Rock Hill SC

Elias Gedeon, Senior Vice President, Energy Systems welcomes interns at Westinghouse offices in Rock Hill, SC