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Mine Engineering Internship 2022 (Multiple Locations)


Virginia, MN


Biomedical Engineering Summer 2022 Intern - Undergraduate

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Intern - Corporate Engineering


Maple Grove, MN

2022 Engineering Intern - New Product Development

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Jobs and internships

Many science and engineering organizations begin recruiting for spring graduates and summer interns during fall semester, so get started early! September-October and January-February. are the busiest times for job openings, on-campus interviews, and recruiting events.

What is an internship?

An internship is a short-term position that provides students with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience working with professionals in a field related to their major. Most science and engineering internships are paid. Internships are available at private corporations, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations. Most internships happen during the summer. Students generally complete an internship between junior and senior year, though some have an internship as early as the summer after freshman year.

What is a co-op?

Co-ops are a structured way to combine your academic knowledge with practical work experience. At the earliest, co-ops begin after you complete your sophomore year. Generally, you will complete two or three semesters of full-time work interspersed with semesters of full-time academic coursework. CSE has a formal co-op program where you will obtain academic credit for your co-op experience. Note that not all CSE majors participate in the formal program. There is also an option to complete a co-op for no credit, but you may have to take a leave of absence from the university. If you are interested in pursuing a co-op, be sure to create an education plan with your academic advisor. For more information, visit the Engineering Co-op Program website.

Steps for obtaining positions

Step 1: Before you begin to look for opportunities, it is important to establish what is important to you, such as what industries, organizations, and types of positions would be the best fit for your interests, strengths, skills, personality, and values.

Step 2: Use a variety of search strategies. Employers that recruit UMN students report that internship programs, their organization’s webpage, career fairs, Handshake (read Tips and Tutorials), and networking are the most effective ways for them to find qualified applicants.

Networking consists of building relationships with professionals, especially in your career field of interest. Connecting with these professionals can help you make yourself known in the industry you want to work in, gather career information, and learn about job opportunities. College is a great place to get started because most professionals enjoy meeting students, and building a network early can help you find internship and job opportunities. The Maroon and Gold Network is the University of Minnestoa’s alumni networking database. Visit the Maroon and Gold Network website.

For networking tips from CSE Career Center Peer Assistants, watch the Concise Advice: Networking Tips video.

There are a variety of job and internship search resources to help you find posted positions. Learn more on the Job Search Resources webpage.

Step 3: Create a resume and cover letter that are targeted for each position to which you apply. Use the position description to tailor your resume and cover letter to the qualifications. For guidance, view the guides under the “Resume and Cover Letter” heading on CSE’s Career Guides webpage.

Visit the Central Career Services website for more information on career resources for students with disabilities, international students, LGBTQIA students, multicultural students, women, and veterans.

Tips for International Students

Please connect with International Student and Scholar Services to learn about student visa and work authorization requirements (CPT/OPT) BEFORE obtaining a position. For more information and guidance, review the Career resources for international students webpage.

Sours: https://cse.umn.edu/college/jobs-and-internships
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Civil Engineering Student Worker Program

2018 Civil Engineering Internship Program Students

This program, offered in partnership by CTS and MnDOT, is designed to provide an opportunity for undergraduate students interested in transportation-related careers to gain real-world skills to complement their academic pursuits.

As part of the program, students spend 10 weeks in paid positions at MnDOT gaining hands-on professional experience. Participants work on transportation-focused projects and are provided with mentoring, training, and development opportunities.

2018 Intern Emily from the Office of Land Management

In 2022, positions will be available in several MnDOT offices, working in areas ranging from design, construction, and traffic to bridge maintenance and asset management. To provide the best match between students and MnDOT, you will be asked to rank your preference for working in specific topic areas as part of the application process.

Learn about our current student worker opportunities

January - March


Student worker interviews take place between January and March


Student worker appointments begin

Student worker program typically starts in the second or third week of May


MnDOT tour

Students may tour and learn about other MnDOT departments or modes of transportation.


CTS tour

In partnership with the University of Minnesota's Center for Transportation Studies, students learn about the transportation research that is happening at the campus.


Student worker appointments end

Before the end of the summer, students participate in an end-of-the-summer debrief.

  • Applicant must be an undergraduate student currently pursuing a B.S. in civil or construction engineering.
  • Applicant must be legally eligible for employment in the United States. Proof of your eligibility to work in the United States will be required.
  • Student must be taking two or more classes per semester/quarter. Any lesser credit (class) load shall be treated as a semester/quarter off. You will be asked to complete an   Educational Verification form prior to the appointment.
  • Priority will be given to students completing their junior year, but sophomores may also apply.
  • Priority will be given to applicants with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
  • The program is open to all qualified applicants. Members of diverse groups are encouraged to apply
  • No prior transportation-related work experience is required.

Prepare your application

If you meet the minimum qualifications, send an email to Denise Hals with the following:

  • Resume
  • Transcript (unofficial copy is acceptable)
  • A letter of recommendation
  • Statement of Interest (up to two pages outlining your reasons for wanting to participate in the program, future academic and career goals, and relevant skills and experience)

Apply – Quick Steps

Please visit mn.gov/mmb/careers and apply to Job ID: 48722

  • Job Title: Civil/Construction Engineering Student Worker

Priority deadline: November 30, 2021 – applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.

  • Click on "External Applicants"
  • Type in the JOB ID number or job title listed above in the Keywords box and click "Search"
  • Click on the student worker link
  • Scroll to the bottom and click "Apply"
  • If you don't have an account yet, click "Register Now". Otherwise sign in and look for Job ID: 48722.

About the student worker appointments


Student worker appointments generally last 12-14 weeks during the summer working full-time (40 hours a week).


The starting pay scale is $15.17 to $20.09 per hour.


Program participants are not eligible for benefits. However, after the student worker appointments end students may be eligible to extend their student worker appointments and, if eligible or transfer into the Seeds Program, a career track for college students who are minorities, economically disadvantaged, disabled or recently returned veterans.

2021 Minnesota Department of Transportation
395 John Ireland Blvd, St. Paul, MN 55155-1800
651-296-3000 Toll-free 800-657-3774 Sours: http://www.dot.state.mn.us/careers/civil-engineering-internship.html
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Engineering Summer Internship jobs in Minneapolis, MN

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Biomedical Engineering Summer 2022 Intern - Undergraduate

Software Engineering Internship (Summer 2022)

Civil Engineering Internship Summer 2022

Alliant Engineering, Inc.

Minneapolis, MN 55402

Summer Internship 2022-Mechanical Engineering-Minnesota

Software Engineering Internship Summer 2022

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