Day: November 10, 2020

AECOM Summer 2021 Internship Opportunities

The two separate positions will be in the North Central Region and South East Region for the summer of 2021.  These positions will require travel to various WisDOT project sites.  Dependable transportation is required and all travel required expenses will be paid  The projects involve highway construction, concrete, milling and asphalt paving, bridge construction, culvert installation, and sanitary sewer and watermain installation.

The internship will supply the successful applicant with construction field experience and the future vision of roadway reconstruction, bridge construction and utilities.  There will be survey work to document the installation, field measurements and daily diary entries which will be field taught by other experienced staff assisting.

If there are questions contact Dillon Schmenk at Dillon.Schmenk@aecom.com

Stevens Point, WI Position

https://aecom.jobs/stevens-point-wi/construction-engineering-summer-intern/FA06785F4C03470893929ACAAD348A78/job/?utm_source=AECOM%20Microsite&utm_medium=Front%20Page&utm_campaign=Jobs%20Map

Milwaukee, WI Position

https://aecom.jobs/milwaukee-wi/construction-engineering-summer-intern/C84EB7813FF6491E9FFA95A87ADCDA70/job/?utm_campaign=Jobs%20Map&utm_medium=Front%20Page&utm_source=AECOM%20Microsite


Women in Entrepreneurship Day

Join Husky Innovate for a virtual panel discussion with three remarkable entrepreneurs. Each panelist will share how their journey has shaped their perspectives on entrepreneurship, and will reflect on the importance of adaptability and resilience — and how to stay relevant during Covid-19.

November 19th, 12:00 – 1:00

Zoom link: http://bit.ly/WomenInnovate

Zoom registration: http://bit.ly/WomenInnovate


Job Posting: Forest Service Land Surveyor

The U.S. Forest Service is now accepting applications through USA Jobs for up to two permanent, full time Land Surveyor positions in Washington state.  Possible locations are Colville, Wenatchee, Everett, Tonasket, and Cle Elum. 

Minimum qualifications at the GS-5 level are a degree in Land Surveying/Civil Eng. with a Surveying emphasis, or a combination of relevant education & experience.  The GS-7, 9, and 11 level have additional qualification requirements, with a license to practice land surveying being required at the GS-11 level.

Interested Applicants – You can view the announcement and apply here: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/583976800.  Applications will be accepted November 9th to November 20th

Some things to note:

  • Be sure to select all locations you may be interested in.
  • Be sure to attach all required documents to your application and compete the application in full.  Incomplete applications will not be considered.
  • Recruitment or Relocation Incentive may be authorized. Final determination will be made at the time of job offer.

WisDOT Engineering Internships

WisDOT is an employer which promotes and encourages diversity.  Interested students who meet the qualifications for this Engineering internship opportunity for the summer of 2021 are encouraged to apply.

The Engineering Internship job announcement for Summer 2021 is live and they are accepting applications through 12/1/20.  Interested applicants should follow the link below.  Please be sure to read all of the instructions to ensure you have completed the entire application.  Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

For more information please visit: WisDOT Engineering Internships: Summer 2021 JAC 20-01958


Job Posting: Drinking Water Engineer

The drinking water program currently has openings for 3 engineers for Cadillac, Warren and the position in Bay City. This is an entry level position – no previous experience required, just a basic concept of what it takes to treat and transport potable drinking water.

For more information please visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/michigan/jobs/2904385/environmental-engineer-9-p11-licensed-12-bay-city-district-office?keywords=environmental%20engineer&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs


Michigan Tech Rail Transportation Program Railroad Scholarships

These scholarships are proudly sponsored by the CN Endowment Fund and by generous donations from our other industry supporters and friends. This year’s program will feature a dedicated scholarship for at least one Michigan Tech freshman student interested in pursuing a career with the rail industry. They will also continue to fund at least two scholarships for other Michigan Tech students with interests in the railroad industry.

Amount of Award: Each scholarship awarded will be in the amount of $1,000.

Eligibility: Applicants for the Railroad Scholarships must be an undergraduate student at Michigan Tech University in good standing and interested in the railroad industry. Open to all
disciplines.

Application Process: To apply for CN Railroad scholarships the materials listed below must be
submitted to David Nelson, 301D Dillman Hall, Michigan Tech University, phone: (906) 487-2568 by Friday, December 18th, 2020 by email: dannelso@mtu.edu Please also visit https://goo.gl/e7dcPY for more information.

Application package must include:

  • the attached application form
  • a copy of your transcript

Successful applicants will be informed of awards by the early part of the spring 2021 semester.