Empowering youth with skills towards a sustainable future

World Youth Skill Day is celebrated on July 15th, but at Energean empowering youngsters with all the necessary skills and tools to lead the world towards a sustainable future is an inextricable part of our daily routine!



Energean has so far offered 249 scholarships and internships, mostly at its facilities in Prinos, where Greece's sole hydrocarbon production process is located.

Through Energean's internships and scholarships programmes, youngsters have the opportunity to become familiar with the way an E&P company operates and be introduced to the safety procedures followed by Energean. They are also inducted to the sustainable development culture and strategy implement by the Company, while they have the chance to further improve their level of studies and enhance their CVs.

These upcoming scientists will staff a very promising sector that is expected to play a key role in the economies of the Mediterranean region in the future. It should be noted that the Deans of their Universities are the ones who propose the College students who perform their practices and/or internships with Energean every year. 

The students go through interviews with the company’s management in order to prove they meet the high acceptance requirements and standards that Energean sets. Those include the core values of life and academic excellence, love for their field, passion for life, hard work, educational advancement, and integrity of character. Energean is proud to be part of such a recognition process and promotion of skills.

Energean has been consistently collaborating with the Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Institute of Technology, while it offers opportunities to students from any university school or department related to E&P activities.So far, Energean has offered internships or scholarships to students from a long range of Universities such as the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA, the Technical University of Crete (TUC) the University of Bath, the University of Kent, the University of Bristol, the McGill University, the York University, the Heriot-Watt University and others.