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We're Accepting Applications for Our 2021 Paid Summer Internships

Civil Engineering Internships in Kansas

Why You Should Get Real-World Experience as a Civil Engineering Intern

In almost every career field, internships are a way to gain experience and insight into the industry, and it’s no different in civil engineering. We are excited to be accepting applications for our 2021 paid summer internships in multiple offices. Here’s what it’s like to intern with us.
Our interns have the opportunity to gain valuable work experience in construction materials testing, surveying, drafting and civil design. They are mentored by senior engineers and work with other leaders within their specified office location. This program includes construction site visits, educational seminars and company social events.
Weston Boyer has been working part-time as an Intern in our Junction City office since May 2019. He is majoring in Civil Engineering at Kansas State University and will return post-graduation this summer as an Engineer in Training.
Weston said the field and lab experience in materials testing helped tie together classes at Kansas State and create a better understanding of the civil engineering industry.
“Seeing that really helped me understand the science behind what I was learning at school,” he said.
We’re proud that our offices have a small-town feel, but with big city capabilities. If you intern with us, you will make connections with the surveying and drafting, engineering, and materials testing departments in the office.
“Everybody there’s really friendly; they want to see you succeed,” Weston said. “They’re there for you and it was great working during school. I’m still working during school here in my last semester.”
Overall, we’re happy to provide a unique experience to our interns that make civil engineering coursework more understandable and provide the possibility for real-world experience in materials testing, civil design, surveying and more.
“It was a great experience,” Weston said. “The lab really did open my understanding to a lot of things. It helped me understand the design process.”
If you want to apply or learn more about our internship program, please click here. Students should also submit their cover letter and resume to Recruiter Shantelle Tolbert at