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Internships

Our robust internship program offers an immersive (and paid!) introduction to the mechanical contracting industry. Interns learn about our culture while gaining real-world experience. Scroll down to learn more.

Locations & Schedule
Locations & Schedule

We currently offer internships in our Midwest (Kansas City + Flint Hills) and Rocky Mountain (Denver Area) regions. Our internships run from late May to mid August annually. We typically begin reviewing applications in the Fall.

Qualifications
Qualifications

We accept applications from undergraduate and graduate students. Check our job postings to see when we post internship positions.

Real-world experience
Real-world experience

Our interns shadow U.S. Engineering team members on the job, gaining real experience on projects in progress. Internships can lead to full-time positions.

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Exit Presentation

At the end of your internship, you and your cohort will be given the opportunity to showcase your hard work with presentations.

Paid positions
Paid positions

We pay our interns because we value your time and want to support your financial stability as you begin to explore your options in this industry.

Fun
Fun

It’s not all plumbing, piping and sheet metal systems.

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Open Positions

FAQs

There are three main stages in our hiring process: application (online, via referral, connect at a career event), interviews and decisions. If selected for an interview, you will receive more information about what’s to follow.

As mechanical contractors, we rely on an enormously varied pool of experts to keep our company running smoothly. From project managers in the field directing construction operations, to detailers on site or in the office using VR to design building systems. From a content specialist writing this sentence, to an accountant paying the bills (and paying the content specialist writing this sentence).

Types of internship opportunities are based on current business needs and vary from summer to summer.

As an intern you will start off in the area that suits you. You might work alongside our teams in Construction, preconstruction, Metalworks, Innovations, safety or virtual construction. Check out our job postings to read more about the types of positions we offer. What interests you?

At U.S. Engineering, we actively engage in a high-performance culture, meaning we maintain a culture in which people can be the best version of themselves. We encourage professional development, and we always put our people first in everything we say and do. Our people don’t just matter, they are the priority.
We have a ”Dress for Your Day” policy, which gives team members the flexibility to dress in a more relaxed way when a workday doesn’t include meetings with clients, vendors or business associates. For interns, the dress code varies depending on your location. Basically, wear what your day calls for: if you’re on a jobsite, jeans and proper PPE (personal protective equipment). If you’re at the desk, jeans and a professional top. Meeting with clients or attending a professional development event? Dress for business.
Please contact us using our contact form. A member of our team will get back to you within 48 business hours.
There are three main stages in our hiring process: application (online, via referral, connect at a career event), interviews and decisions. If selected for an interview, you will receive more information about what’s to follow.

As mechanical contractors, we rely on an enormously varied pool of experts to keep our company running smoothly. From project managers in the field directing construction operations, to detailers on site or in the office using VR to design building systems. From a content specialist writing this sentence, to an accountant paying the bills (and paying the content specialist writing this sentence).

Types of internship opportunities are based on current business needs and vary from summer to summer.

As an intern you will start off in the area that suits you. You might work alongside our teams in Construction, preconstruction, Metalworks, Innovations, safety or virtual construction. Check out our job postings to read more about the types of positions we offer. What interests you?

At U.S. Engineering, we actively engage in a high-performance culture, meaning we maintain a culture in which people can be the best version of themselves. We encourage professional development, and we always put our people first in everything we say and do. Our people don’t just matter, they are the priority.
We have a ”Dress for Your Day” policy, which gives team members the flexibility to dress in a more relaxed way when a workday doesn’t include meetings with clients, vendors or business associates. For interns, the dress code varies depending on your location. Basically, wear what your day calls for: if you’re on a jobsite, jeans and proper PPE (personal protective equipment). If you’re at the desk, jeans and a professional top. Meeting with clients or attending a professional development event? Dress for business.
Please contact us using our contact form. A member of our team will get back to you within 48 business hours.

Hear from the experts

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“The internship program here at U.S. Engineering was a great introduction to the industry. I was encouraged and made to feel involved in as many different parts of the company from day 1. Everyone was always so willing to help me understand their role within the company.”
Kirk Johnson, Preconstruction Engineer

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“I would like to share my experience during my internship with U.S. Engineering. The main thing that made me come back is the working environment and the people. I also learned a lot during the three months, and got to know what I want to do for my career. Best internship experience and awesome people!”
Parthvi Patel, Project Engineer

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“I got hands-on experience and training in an industry new to me, and the people I worked with in every department were kind and offered advice and encouragement in every interaction. I think all of these things speak to the kind of culture U.S. Engineering cultivates. When I received a full-time offer, the decision to accept was a no-brainer.”
Meredith Brennan, Marketing Coordinator