Fehr & Peers has an established internship program focused on students in the junior or senior year of a bachelor’s program, and those currently obtaining a master’s degree.
Fehr & Peers interns are given a high degree of responsibility and valuable on-the-job experience. Our interns take on the same tasks and responsibilities as entry-level staff. The amount of hours required per week for a Fehr & Peers intern varies depending on location and project. Internships are available in all of our offices for the semester, summer, or year.
Full Time Entry-Level Engineer/Planner
New full-time hires are exposed to a wide variety of projects, tasks, and benefits, including:
- Field work
- Traffic analysis using the latest traffic engineering software
- Design work opportunities, including signal design
- Report writing
- Project management
- Discipline group participation
- On-the-job training and mentoring
- Access to leaders in the transportation field
- Opportunity to get involved in professional societies
“As an intern, I was pleasantly surprised by the variety of projects and software programs I was exposed to. Each project manager I worked with provided a great balance of patient guidance and direction along with the freedom to learn through first-hand experience. Now, as a full-time employee at Fehr & Peers, I am constantly challenged and excited by the level of trust, freedom, and responsibility given to me as an entry-level staff . My project managers have encouraged me to explore various solutions, and provide the opportunity to take the lead on several tasks associated with each project.”
- Rob Hananouchi, Transportation Planner
“When I first hired as an Intern, I was pleasantly surprised to be treated as full time employee. My first year at Fehr & Peers gave me incredible experience and a head start on my career. I have now transitioned in to a full-time employee. Fehr & Peers has the resources and philosophy to provide a unique diversity of opportunities to new full time employees. If you have the desire, Fehr & Peers will provide the rest.” – Mackenzie Watten, Engineer