Oglethorpe Power

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    As an intern, they helped me learn a lot about the power industry

    Former Employee - Intern in Tucker, GA
    Former Employee - Intern in Tucker, GA

    I worked at Oglethorpe Power as an intern (less than an year)

    Pros

    Bosses cared that I learned
    Kind co-workers
    Casual dress code

    Cons

    Hard to learn about other departments
    Occasionally seemed unorganized
    Often did not have work

    No opinion of CEO

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    I applied online. The process took 2 daysinterviewed at Oglethorpe Power.

    Interview Details

    I traveled to the location and was reimbursed for travel expenses. I met with a panel of 3 people (managers) who interviewed me for about an hour. I then was given a series of test that is supposed to give them an idea of your personality type, attitude and motivation. This lasted a couple of hours.

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Website www.opc.com
Headquarters Tucker, GA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1974
Type Company - Private
Industry Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year

Much ogled, not-for-profit Oglethorpe Power Corporation is one of the largest electricity cooperatives in the US, with contracts to supply wholesale power to 39 member/owners (making up most of Georgia's electric distribution cooperatives) until 2050. Oglethorpe's member/owners, which also operate as not-for-profits, serve 1.8 million residential, commercial, and industrial customers (or about 4.1 million people). The company has a generating capacity of about 5,790 MW from fossil-fueled, nuclear, and hydroelectric power plants. Oglethorpe has stakes in 29 generating... More

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