Internship Opportunities at Golder
Golder is an independent, 100 percent employee-owned company with a global reach that makes a local impact. We care deeply for each other, our clients, and the communities in which we live and work. We’re driven to excel in our chosen markets through technical leadership and expertise. We have the following summer internship openings that may be of interest to CBBG students:
- Redmond, WA – Engineering Intern
- Mt. Laurel, NJ – Environmental Intern
- Denver, CO; Reno, NV; Elko, NV; and Tucson, AZ – Civil/Geotechnical Engineering Intern
Position yourself for success by working side by side with global engineering and environmental industry experts. Learn from Ph.D.s, Fellows, Professional Engineers, Inventors, Project Management Professionals, and others eager to share their business acumen and technical expertise with you. Visit https://www.golder.com/careers/ for more information and to submit an application.
Internship Opportunities at Geosyntec Consultants
The San Francisco Bay Area (Oakland) branch of Geosyntec is looking to interview outstanding candidates in Geotechnical Engineering for opportunities within their Geoengineering Group, working on projects in geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering. Geosyntec is also looking for geotechnical candidates in other offices around the country.
Geosyntec is looking for candidates with a desire to become outstanding consultants. Interested applicants should have strong technical capabilities, an ability to write clearly and effectively communicate with others, a willingness to learn new concepts, and a strong desire to work within a collaborative team environment with other engineers and scientists.
Interested applicants should apply online for the “Entry-Level Geotechnical Engineer” position in Oakland (#02223) at the job board, which can be reached by clicking the “Careers – Career Opportunities” link at http://www.geosyntec.com. Submissions should include both a cover letter and a resume.
Geosyntec Consultants has numerous offices nationwide in a variety of practice areas. If any students are interested in working in one of the other offices, they should submit a resume and cover letter via the Careers link on the website (http://www.geosyntec.com). New postings are added regularly. If there is no active posting for the office of interest, they can also send a copy of their cover letter and resume to Brian Martinez, Project Engineer, via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), along with the name of the office(s) of interest.