The Emmet County Road Commission (Harbor Springs Michigan) has an opening for a summer intern. The road commission has several larger projects going this year including construction of a timber bridge, a large aluminum box culvert, a cold-in-place pavement recycling project, as well as a variety of other work including overseeing gravel crush production measurements, traffic counts, and assisting with survey work. The road commission pays $15 per hour with a guaranteed 40 hours per week and some overtime on projects. This is a chance to work with one of Michigan Tech’s civil engineering alumni to learn about transportation engineering and construction.
Send resumes to:
Brian A. Gutowski, P.E.
Emmet County Road Commission
The Houghton County Road Commission (Hancock Michigan) is looking for a summer intern to do construction oversight. The student should be a civil engineering student with interest in transportation. Basic surveying skills are a bonus. The HCRC typically hires younger college students to train them so they can work several summers. Additionally MTU students working at an Upper Peninsula road commission can be eligible for a $500 UP Roadbuilder scholarship for every year of successful completion of the position (supervisor recommends the scholarship).
Applicants will be reviewed on a first come first served basis until the position is filled. Interested applicants should apply by sending an e-mail with a resume and short cover letter to:
John Cima, P.E.
Assistant County Engineer
Houghton County Road Commission