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Paid Internships

Eligible students can apply for paid internship positions, separate from or in addition to, a scholarship. These internships provide valuable on-the-job training, and are a great way to learn new skills and make connections with employers in the field of transportation.

EllisDon Corporation, Civil Division  www.ellisdon.com

Available to Undergraduate or graduate students legally allowed to work in Canada
Study fields Transportation engineering with special interest in civil infrastructure such as highways, railways, transit systems, bridges and other structures
Description
  • 15-week internship in summer 2018 in either Mississauga, Ontario or Edmonton, Alberta.  Apply if interested in either location
  • The recipient must have a proven record of leadership at his/her university or community, and must be committed to the advancement of transportation in Canada
  • EllisDon Corporation is committed to supporting future transportation professionals through mentorship and training
Compensation $11,250

The Miller Group  www.millergroup.ca

Available to

Undergraduate students in a civil engineering program and legally allowed to work in Canada:

  • Entering their final year of study in fall 2018
Study fields Civil Engineering
Description
  • 4-month internships in summer 2018: one in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), one in Owen Sound
  • 2 positions available

The Miller Group, one of North America’s largest general contractors is interested in putting you on the road to success. Headquartered in Markham, Ontario the Miller Group is a fully integrated, diversified Canadian company providing the public and private sectors with road and structures construction/rehabilitation, paving, engineering construction, waste management, transit operations, highway operations and maintenance services, aggregate based materials, cement, asphalt and ready-mix concrete.

The company’s success is based on time-proven construction and maintenance methods, innovative technology and quality, backed by vast technical, financial and human resources.

Summ​ary
The work assignment will involve many aspects of heavy civil construction and/ or asphalt paving operations. During the work term the candidate will be on a construction project assisting the Project Management Team. The work experience and projects assigned will vary depending on the candidate’s ability and the scope of the job.

Responsibilities as a Project Administrator:

  • Coordinate subcontractor and suppliers
  • Track project costs and productions
  • Assist foreman and superintendents in their daily tasks
  • Assist in project planning and scheduling
  • Ensure compliance with contract documents and specifications

Qualifications:

  • Working towards undergraduate degree Civil Engineering
  • Ability to freely access all points of a construction site in wide-ranging climates and environment
  • Effective oral and written communication skills
  • Vehicle and valid drivers license 
Compensation $16.00 to $17.50 per hour

MORR Transportation Consulting  www.morrconsulting.com

Available to Graduate students legally allowed to work in Canada
Study fields Transportation engineering (with special interest in intelligent transportation systems or traffic operations); or computer engineering (with special interest in connected and autonomous vehicles or big data analytics)
Description 12-week internship in summer 2018 in Winnipeg, Manitoba
Compensation $9,000

SNC-Lavalin  www.snclavalin.com

Available to

Undergraduate students in a civil engineering program and legally allowed to work in Canada:

  • in 3rd year or having completed at least 80 credits (1 position)
  • in their final year or having completed at least 100 credits (2 positions)
Study fields Civil engineering, transportation engineering, traffic management
Description
  • 12-week internship in summer 2018 in Montreal, Quebec
  • 3 positions available
  • A good working knowledge of the French language is essential
Compensation $10,000

Stantec Consulting  www.stantec.com

Available to

Undergraduate students in a civil engineering program and legally allowed to work in Canada:

  • Entering their final year of study in fall 2018
Study fields Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering
Description
  • 12-week internship in summer 2018 in Calgary, Alberta
  • 2 positions available

Stantec's Program & Project Management group pioneered independent project management in North America over 40 years ago, helping to define it as an over-arching profession distinct from architecture, engineering, and construction management. Exciting opportunities are available to join this passionate and talented group of professionals as we continue to set high standards for performance, innovation and service. This is a place where great ideas and rewarding careers call home. Stantec helps solve capital project challenges through the use of formal strategic and program/project management processes, enabled by project planning and management technology. Its professional focus is on managing program activities, expectations, and risk, while leading, supporting, and/or advising clients throughout all stages of the project life cycle. Stantec's track record for success allows you to set the pace of your career. Stantec acts on behalf of our clients assembling project teams and providing leadership to a successful completion – on-time and within budget. Client satisfaction, value and quality are essential aspects of its business model. Good is not good enough!  

Job Duties:

  • Assist the Project Managers with planning, designing, building and/or managing the development of infrastructure.
  • Maintain a good relationship with contractor and end-user clients.
  • May work on roadway designs, storm water management design, and other engineering transportation projects.
  • Manage program activities, expectations and risk while supporting the clients throughout all states of the project life cycle.
  • Work with sub-contractors.
  • Work with AutoCAD and Civil 3D.
Compensation $24.50 to $26.00 per hour

WSP Canada  www.wsp.com

Available to Undergraduate or graduate students legally allowed to work in Canada
Study fields Transportation engineering
Description
  • 12-week internship in summer 2018 in one of the following: Greater Toronto Area; Montreal; Vancouver, Calgary; or Winnipeg
  • 2 positions available
Compensation $10,000