Engineering and Technical Intern Program
The Engineering and Technical Intern program gives college engineering, construction management, environmental science and landscape architecture majors the opportunity to gain practical experience and earn money during the summer as interns with the Arizona Department of Transportation. The Intermodal Transportation Division assigns students to a variety of highway construction projects, material labs or design areas within the division. The type of work the interns perform depends on the needs of the department and varies depending on the groups or districts they are assigned. A majority of the interns hired are assigned to the major metropolitan areas, but we also place interns in rural areas throughout the entire state.
- Must be a full-time college/university student and an engineering, construction management, environmental science or landscape architecture student in good standing
- Must be a high school graduate by the hire date, accepted to a university or college with the intent of an engineering, construction management, environmental science or landscape architecture major
- Must possess a valid driver license and reliable transportation
Applying to the Program
Enrollment is currently closed for spring 2013. Positions are advertised and resumes must be submitted through the AZ State Jobs website.
Interns are hired through the state of Arizona's standard procedures. Positions are advertised in the spring; interviews follow with a starting date in June.
Students interested in ADOT's Engineering and Technical Intern program should submit a resume containing these materials:
- Projected graduation date (high school and/or college)
- Type of degree being obtained
- Previous work history
- Unofficial copy of college transcripts
When the positions are advertised, resumes must be submitted through the AZ State Jobs website.
Note: Selections will be based on resume content. Please indicate current GPA and college major or the degree you are seeking; list clubs, organizations or societies you are a member of and if you are an officer; list volunteering and community services; and list work experience and any other outstanding accomplishments.