The EMA Internship is a great avenue for outstanding students to get a glimpse into a unique organisation, dealing not just with the operations and security of energy distribution in Singapore but also the regulation and development of the entire energy industry.

As an intern at EMA, you will be assigned real work dealing with challenging issues and guided by experienced EMA officers. We offer projects in many functional areas, ranging from market regulation and operations to energy development and corporate support.

Through this internship of four to eight weeks, you will gain a better understanding of not just EMA but also the whole energy sector. You will build valuable work experience, skills and knowledge, and gain a head start in your preparation for a future career. Who knows, your work here might just change the future of the energy landscape in Singapore.

If you have a strong interest in pursuing a career in the energy sector and are keen to take up the challenge, seize this opportunity to have a taste of what it’s like to work with us. Apply for our available internship positions via [email protected], attaching your CV with detailed transcripts and educational certificates.

What the EMA Interns Say

Charlene Ng (Intern at Planning Department, Energy Planning and Development Division)
“I chose an internship with EMA because I’m interested in economic policy and fascinated by technology. EMA’s internship was particularly meaningful in providing me hands-on experiences where I could be directly involved in contributing to the organisation’s mission through a wide range of policy planning activities. One example is the youth focus group which I conducted during my internship. In engaging the youths on energy issues and highlighting their perspectives to the organisation, I could contribute (albeit in a small way) to policymaking and make an impact on society.”

Jaslyn Ying (Intern at Energy Technology Department, Energy Planning and Development Division)
“For an experience to challenge oneself in strategic policy planning and the passion to introduce ideas and improve Singapore’s energy sector, I would definitely recommend EMA as the place to be for an internship placement and even as a career after graduation.”