Shell Assessed Internship Programme
As one of our Assessed Interns, you’ll experience:• The opportunity to develop into a future leader through mentoring and guided responsibilities• Working in project teams that make a difference• Supportive leaders, mentors and colleagues who guide and encourage you• Hands-on co-creation opportunities that align with your development goals• A fresh perspective on the energy market• Typically, 10-12 weeks in your chosen business area
Find and apply for an Assessed Internship opportunity in your country that suits your study and interests.
Your learning journey We’ve designed the Shell Assessed Internship with you and your future career in mind. To give you a real role in our business. You get the mentoring and support you need to succeed throughout your internship. As one of our Assessed Interns, your leader and mentor guide you through the completion of a major project with clear deliverables and outcomes.
Work on real projects
• You make an impact and gain hands-on experience in a project that contributes to the current and future energy mix• In one way or another, your work facilitates us in carrying out our purpose and meeting our targets
Top support to bring out your best
• A clear on-boarding process empowers you to familiarise yourself with Shell and its various businesses• You experience a culture of care from leaders who coach and support your wellbeing, enabling you to reach your personal and professional best• Grow, develop and collaborate with your global peers and Shell management in various networking events
How an Assessed Internship works
• After you’ve been placed, you, your mentor and your supervisor agree on which project you will undertake and on your specific development goals• Your mentor and supervisor provide you with regular and structured feedback – a kind of temperature check – throughout your internship• You participate in a formal mid-term review and an End of Internship Review with your mentor and supervisor• Following your successful completion of the assessments, we might be in the position to offer you a full-time employment opportunity
What we look for We welcome applicants in their penultimate year of study at a recognised university. We don’t ask for specific grades, but a strong academic record will help.
For all our Technical roles, we do ask that you are studying towards a Master’s degree or equivalent qualification.
For our Commercial and Corporate roles, we’re looking for a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
Throughout the application and assessment process, you’ll be assessed using the following three criteria, which we call the CAR criteria:
To see how well you absorb information, analyse problems, make fact-based decisions, and propose innovative solutions.
To assess how you get things done, for example your drive, resilience, self-confidence, and organisational skills.
To look at how well you work in teams, communicate and respect others.