BRING YOUR ENERGY TO AN OUTSTANDING INTERNSHIP.Our internships allow you to provide your energy, your collaboration, and your contribution as you experience the same types of challenges as our full-time hires. We believe internships are a great way for us to get to know you and for you to get to know our company. The majority of our University New Hires come through our intern program. Get more information at https://p66oncampus.jobs.Summer internship activities may include the following:Orientation and training events, field trips, social activities, weekly seminars and opportunities to meet and interact with functional leaders.Participating in continuous coaching conversations with your manager, who will provide direction throughout your internship.Provided with an assigned mentor for further guidance and to help you with the technical challenges of your role and give assistance in navigating through the day-to-day questions regarding working in the corporate world.Giving a presentation at the end of the summer to senior business leaders and key stakeholders. This is an opportunity for you to demonstrate what you learned in your internship and provide insight on your experience.Our Refining & Midstream operations are comprised of global refining, marketing and transportation of petroleum products and related specialty businesses. Through its refining business segment, Phillips 66 is upgrading crude oil and other feedstocks into higher-value petroleum products including clean-burning gasoline, ultra-low-sulfur diesel, jet fuel, lubricants, petroleum coke and other specialty products while maintaining a high regard for safety and environmental limitations. Midstream owns or leases logistics assets to provide strategic, timely and environmentally safe delivery of crude oil, refined products, natural gas and NGL.An engineering summer internship with Phillips 66 Refining & Midstream will allow you opportunities to make contributions that support our Refining or Midstream organizations:Projects are chosen to provide a clear view of what an engineering professional does within Phillips 66. Areas of focus may include optimization of an existing process, improving energy efficiency, handling key logistics, improving equipment reliability, monitoring emissions or completing permit applications, optimizing the use of equipment by finding and eliminating defects, using sophisticated modeling and data analysis software tools. Each project will address an area of importance to the business.Work side-by-side with experienced engineers and network with other interns.An introduction to company practices, procedures and technical tools, technical training classes, participating in technical networks, and on-the-job training.Internship opportunities could be located in Linden, NJ; Houston, TX; Lake Charles, LA; Roxana, IL; Ferndale, WA; Billings, MT; Rodeo, CA; Belle Chasse, LA; Arroyo Grande, CA; Borger, TX; Ponca City, OK; Los Angeles, CA; Sweeny, TX; Amarillo, TX; Long Beach, CA; or Bartlesville, OK.Requirements for a Phillips 66 Internship:Basic/Required:Legally authorized to work in the job posting countryCurrently enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Materials Science/Corrosion, Metallurgical Engineering, Civil Engineering, or equivalent field of studyGreater than 30 hours of earned college creditGraduation date of August 2021 or laterAvailable for a minimum of eight continuous weeksPreferred:A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scalePrevious internship with Phillips 66Previous internship or co-op participant in related industryWilling to work in any of our operating locationsApplication Process:To apply and be considered you must apply through Handshake in addition to two separate online systems:Apply online by going to 2021 University Intern – Refining & Midstream Engineer and complete the entire application process.Attach an electronic copy of your resume and unofficial transcriptAnswer all prescreening questions and provide your eSignatureCandidates for regular U.S. positions must be a U.S. citizen or national, or an alien admitted as permanent resident, refugee, asylee or temporary resident under 8 U.S.C. 1160(a) or 1255(a)(1). Individuals with temporary visas such as E, F-1, H-1, H-2, L, B, J, or TN or who need sponsorship for work authorization now or in the future, are not eligible for hire.