(below is from our friends at Tom Green & Company Engineering)
TGCE is currently seeking HVAC design interns. This internship is an excellent opportunity to learn more about the MEP consulting Industry. We integrate the interns into projects to the extent that their availability allows with the goal being that they are an integral part of our project teams and help develop and deliver solutions for a wide range of building projects and clients.
HVAC design intern description – Perform engineering calculations – Assist in the production of Revit models – Participate in the examination of field conditions as required to support the development and completion of projects – Increase job knowledge and technical expertise by participating in educational opportunities, reading professional publications, and participating in technical organizations – Participate in meeting and correspondence with owners, architects, vendors, other design professionals, and contractors – Perform other duties as assigned
We are looking for applicants who can work during business hours a minimum of 15 hours per week. During the fall and spring semesters, interns arrange a regular weekly work schedule coordinated with their college class schedule. During summer break, it is expected for interns to work full-time.
TGCE considers these internships an investment in the next generation of engineers and an opportunity for interns to showcase their skills for potential future employment at TGCE.
Starting December 2020 or January 2021 Courtney King Architecture is hiring. Located in Pagosa Springs, Colorado (45 minutes east of Durango) – they are looking for an ArchE graduate (May 2020 or upcoming Dec 2021) to be a structural EIT. See website here.
“We plan to attend the virtual career fair Thursday 9/10. If you have any students interested in structural or enclosure work at SGH, please encourage them to attend and find us. I’ve attached our entry level enclosure job description for reference (it is for Houston, but we would consider strong candidates in any of our office locations).”
From our friends at the UT Center for Transportation Research:
NOTE: these positions would be best suited to 4th-year ArchE’s willing to learn new (related) 3D software. The project is in Fort Worth but you would be working from home during COVID.
“I am reaching out to you because we are again hiring an intern to help us with our visualization work. Due to Covid restrictions this person will be working remotely from Austin (home or on campus) but will still be in daily communication with us up here in Fort Worth! I have attached the job description and was wondering if you had any prospective students you think would be good for the position. I know you are just starting design I with 3rd years, but I think someone from your classes last year would be interested. Also, we might be interested in hiring full time if you know someone who recently graduated!
We are doing some very interesting work utilizing the Unreal gaming engine for real time, interactive visualization. We are also continuing to work with Virtual Reality to assist transportation engineers with various challenges on our large projects.”
These positions are ONLINE for now. Both are for Electrical Engineering in buildings. This will give you career experience with energy sources, power, lighting, controls, input into energy efficiency)
From our friends at ARUP:
“our team in Los Angeles is considering hiring one more Electrical Intern to join us this summer for our virtual intern program, and a Graduate Electrical Engineer to start in September. Would you please share these job opportunities with your Arch Eng students?