21 days ago
The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) is offering a paid temporary internship for civil engineering majors in the Mobile, AL area. All years of college students are encouraged to apply including Master’s and Doctoral Program students. The intern position will work within ALDOT’s new cutting edge Regional Traffic Operations Program (RTOP) monitoring and operating traffic signals and other Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) devices. Interns will have the opportunity to learn about traffic signal operations and how it impacts both mobility and safety. They will interact with ALDOT’s internal engineering staff as well as consultants to help gather information in the field, make changes to signal timing, and impact lives in a beneficial way every day. Upon successful completion, career opportunities may be available as Professional Civil Engineer Trainee (PCET) and/or a full-time position as a Civil Engineering Graduate (CEG).
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People who completed this type of internship end up in the following types of jobs
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Environmental Environmental Health Engineering3%
142 other majors24%
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$16.85 - $21.67
For Mobile, AL | $3,024/mo
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