The Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure (NHERI) community invites undergraduates to apply for the 2019 summer NHERI Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program (NHERI REU).
Currently enrolled undergraduate students interested in mitigating the effects of natural hazards are invited to apply online at https://www.designsafe-ci.org/learning-center/reu/. Undergraduates who have an interest in civil engineering, environmental engineering, architecture, geology, computer programming, simulation, and other related fields will greatly benefit from this research opportunity.
As a proud UW Alum from the Civil Engineering program, I wanted to forward you a terrific intern opportunity that Kleinfelder has in our Redmond office (easy busy ride from the UW). Our internship program is approximately 4 years old now and we have had really good success with UW interns and are currently interning a UW Student. Our internship program works closely with the students class schedule and allows them to gain valuable experience and knowledge in the Civil Engineering arena. In general, the intern could expect to work in both a material testing laboratory (concrete, soils, gravels, grout, and asphalt) and working out in the field with our senior inspectors and engineers on large scale projects (Sound Transit, WSDOT, and / or other municipal projects). In regards to working hours, we would like the intern to work between 8 and 16 hours per week.
Below is the requisition description and a link to it online:
Following are two links concerning our entry-level position for full time CE graduates. First is the bulletin that I was handing out to the students. Second is the webpage from our overall site.
Typical for government, the salary may be lower than many private sector companies, but the benefit package and security is typically better.
Disaster Services Group
Los Angeles County Public Works
Office: (626) 458-7369
Mobile: (626) 695-1541
CEE Undergrads: NSF REU: Designing for Safety and Safety by Design
(What’s an REU? REU stands for “Research Experience for Undergraduates” – it’s a paid undergraduate research position to work in National Science Foundation (NSF) funded programs. It’ll give you an opportunity to work with top researchers in institutions across the nation.)
From: “Farrar, Chuck” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: November 26, 2018 at 3:57:01 PM PST
To: “email@example.com” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: NSF REU: Designing for Safety and Safety by Design
My colleagues in the Structural Engineering Department at the University of California San Diego, Profs. Mike Todd and Ken Loh, would like to make you aware of a Research Experience for Undergraduates entitled Designing for Safety and Safety by Design that they will be hosting this summer (2019). Please forward the attached flyer to students who might be interested in such a program. If you have questions about the program, please contact Prof. Loh (email@example.com).
Los Alamos National Laboratory Fellow
Engineering Institute Leader
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Los Alamos, NM 87545
Did you know that approximately 80% of all jobs/internships are being found through a form of networking? Networking is a critical part of a successful job/internship search process. However, many people find networking challenging and do not know where to begin, so you’re not alone if you’re feeling lost! Listen to the two recorded webinars below to learn more about how to leverage your network in a job/internship search process and start building relationships with the people you want to learn more about.
– Networking Webinar – uw.joinhandshake.com/articles/10373
– Career Conversations (aka Informational Interview) Webinar – uw.joinhandshake.com/articles/10369
As always, if you have any questions, stop by during CC@E’s Walk-In hours (Mon-Thurs, 12:00-4:00pm) or schedule 1-1 appointments via Handshake. Continue reading