Apply now to join us for our Intern Program! As an intern, you’ll be exposed to a wide variety of engineering and planning projects that impact multiple modes of transportation. Our interns have the opportunity to learn from staff at all levels, giving them insight into what their future careers could look like.
Explore the role and get exposure to the business.
Interns are exposed to a variety of projects and experiences, giving them a front row seat to what it’s like working as an engineer/planner in a consulting firm. They gain first-hand experience and get to know the team. Many of our interns return as entry-level employees.
Learn with your peers.
Each summer our interns participate in a 6-week webinar series. A variety of topics are covered by staff throughout the firm to give interns an overview of our culture, areas of expertise, technical disciplines, and consulting fundamentals. Many of our offices also welcome interns year-round.
Collaborate as a team.
Our offices are small enough to create close-knit teams and still reap the benefits of being a mid-sized organization, giving you access to top technical experts from both down the hall and around the entire company.
We will make sure you integrate into our culture right away by linking you with another employee who will assist you and answer a wide range of questions questions, including finding information, managing time, and accessing resources.
Dip into the technical side.
We host a Mini 101 Training Series for Bay Area interns to facilitate early training needs for staff just getting their feet wet in project work. Topics may include travel behavior forecasting, data science, signal design, travel demand management, transit, and much more.
Summer is a great time to jump in and get to know staff. Our offices take advantage of the great weather and get together for a variety of events, including family picnics, happy hours, philanthropic activities, Bike to Work Days, and sporting events.
More About the Role
At Fehr & Peers, we are a team of entrepreneurial individuals empowered to collaborate, innovate, and develop creative solutions that improve communities. We provide planning and engineering services associated with all modes of transportation. Our passion combined with our business strategy creates opportunities for personal and professional growth. We invite you to explore career opportunities at Fehr & Peers.
About the Team
Our teams enjoy friendly, flexible, “small company” office environments and the support of a well-established, industry-leading, mid-sized firm. We have offices in California, Colorado, Florida, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Washington DC.
About Our Internships
Our interns take on similar tasks and responsibilities as full-time entry-level staff. Internships are available in all of our offices for the semester, summer, or year. Interns must be at a junior or senior-level pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in transportation, civil or electrical engineering; urban and regional planning; or related major. Coursework and/or extracurricular activities in transportation are highly desirable.
About Fehr & Peers
Fehr & Peers has specialized in providing multi-modal transportation planning and engineering services to public and private sector clients since 1985. Our commitment to the firm’s unique culture is unparalleled in our industry. Partnering with staff to create opportunities for development provides continuous career growth. We consistently seek and encourage feedback to identify areas for individual, team, and firm-wide improvement. Our robust, internally-funded research and development program enables us to develop new analytical methods and advance the state of the practice. We are very proud of the impact our commitment has had on the communities we have been fortunate to serve.
Fehr & Peers is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment in the workplace. We welcome applicants of diverse backgrounds, and hire without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, disability, genetic information, political affiliation, military service, or any other characteristic protected by law. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.