Pacific Northwest Economic Region accepting applications for summer interns

The Pacific Northwest Economic Region is accepting applications for summer interns. This program offers qualified students valuable hands-on work experience in a small, dynamic non-profit organization focused on U.S.-Canada relations and public-private sector cooperation.Application deadline is February 28, 2019.

PNWER interns will assist with PNWER working groups, conduct administrative tasks, and support staff in key project areas. PNWER focuses on a wide variety of working groups and cross-border collaboration issues including, but not limited to: Continue reading

Snohomish County Public Works 2019 Engineering Interns – Closes Feb 18th

Good Afternoon,

I wanted to make you aware of our Snohomish County Engineering Internship opportunities for this year. One of the minimum qualifications is to have completed two full academic years of study at an accredited college or university (be a Junior or Senior). We are looking to fill multiple intern positions this year in our Design, Construction Management and Survey groups. Please see the posting link below for more details.


Intern – Engineering Intern – Public Works (Seasonal)


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Internship Opportunity with David Evans and Associates, Inc.

Good afternoon,

I work for David Evans and Associates, Inc. (DEA) in Spokane and Coeur d’Alene and have two positions open for internships this Summer.  DEA is a Portland based engineering consulting firm primarily in the western United States.  I have included a link and descriptions below.  Please share this with your students as you see fit, particularly those who plan to be in the Inland Northwest for the Summer. I appreciate your feedback.  Thank you!


DEA’s Spokane and Coeur d’Alene offices are seeking 2 qualified interns to fill a Civil/Transportation Intern need to support our Roads and Highways group and Smart Mobility (traffic) group while working on transportation related projects.  Successful candidates will work on multidiscipline projects performing independent engineering calculations and design using specialized technical skills, experience and engineering judgment to transform concept designs into construction drawings and technical specifications. Design work may include freeway, highway and roadway design, signing and pavement marking plans, traffic signal plans, street improvements, utility plans, traffic control plans, storm water, technical writing, quantity calculations, and construction documents, and all supporting documentation.  Analysis work may include intersection and roadway segment capacity and level of service, highway safety, signal warrants, and other traffic studies. The candidates would also be eager to accept new challenges to diversify their skills by not only performing transportation engineering work, but also construction observation and general civil design.  Finally, successful candidates will have good interpersonal and communication skills, positive attitude, and a passion for work.

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