Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) is a member-owned electric utility serving over 172,000 connections in portions of 22 counties in Virginia. The REC workforce, of over 430 employees, maintains and manages 18,000+ miles of power lines to connect the member- owners with safe, reliable, affordable, and sustainable energy solutions. The REC culture and its diverse team make the cooperative a “best” place to work. REC employees are hired because of their remarkable character, and focus on the shared values of caring, service, integrity, and respect. REC employees find fulfillment in serving the members in the communities where they themselves, live and work. REC’s culture is represented in every aspect of the service delivered by the outstanding work its caring employees do every day.
REC’s internship program is called InternConnect and brings new ideas and energy into the workplace, while also cultivating talent. Building a pipeline of future REC employees offers career exploration and development in an environment designed to build new skills. Interns learn how their course of study applies in the real world and builds valuable experiences that make our interns stronger job candidates. Rappahannock Electric Cooperative also offers several different apprenticeships which include: Linework, Apparatus, Substation, Metering and Member Services.
Learn more about Rappahannock Electric Cooperative’s Work-based Learning Programs.