You: a graduating college student with a wealth of knowledge accumulated over the last few years. You have undergone a rigorous routine of tests, research, and study. Now you are set to graduate and apply your technical skills and ideas out into the real world. What is going to happen to you once you are out of school?
At Bohannan Huston, you will have the chance to help build solutions with state-of-the-art equipment and the very best people. You can process laser-scanned data into important technical information at the highest accuracy, or apply 3d modeling software with GIS to visualize an interchange design. You will build lasting relationships with fellow professionals. The options are limitless. You will have the full opportunity to apply your talent and grow.
Bohannan Huston offers student intern and co-op positions. Both give you work experience while acquainting you with the company’s organization and culture. A co-op student is someone who is enrolled in a cooperative education program at an accredited four or five-year college or university leading to a bachelor’s or advanced degree. Co-ops may work for a full six-month period beginning in January or June. Interns usually work during the summer or between terms. We place students in positions related to their academic area of interest or their career goals. Salary is based on the student’s year in school.
Working at Bohannan Huston while you are in school not only gives you a great chance to apply your classroom knowledge to the real world, it gives our management an opportunity to get to know you and identify your potential. If the experience is mutually successful, you’ll be at the top of our list for consideration upon graduation.
“My internship opportunity with Bohannan Huston was a well-earned experience. You have multiple opportunities to expand your knowledge and experience within the Civil Engineering field. They really help in taking you from the school learning experience to applying those skills in the field. There are lots of projects that allow you to apply your learned skills as well as expand to learn new ones. Everyone here is very helpful, and the knowledge you get can stick with you past your college career.”
“From my first interview, I was really excited to start work at BHI. Doing work related to my major in civil engineering has been huge. My team was very welcoming right from the get-go and has been incredibly patient, supportive, and helpful. BHI did an amazing job giving me plenty of resources for training and getting me up to speed to contribute to the team immediately. I really don’t know many other companies that would give an intern the opportunity to fly to Albuquerque to meet peers and meet the executive team. I have really enjoyed my time at BHI and hope to start my career here after graduation.”
“I had no idea what to expect from this internship, but I could not be more happy with the opportunities that Bohannan Huston offered me. Before I was even finished with the software training, several engineers reached out and had me start helping them on their own projects. They were patient, helpful, and most of all, wanted me to learn the correct process rather than just ‘get things done’. The diverse projects I have had the chance to participate in has truly prepared me for the career I am pursuing in school. This experience has been invaluable. Thank you BHI!”
What to Expect
Whether you choose to join us as an intern or co-op or to begin your career with us, you can expect to grow and be challenged. You’ll be assigned to projects that hone your technical skills and deepen your understanding. You’ll work side-by-side with staff willing to share their experience and knowledge. You won’t be bored.
Our multi-day employee orientation program introduces you to company policies and procedures, computer basics, and fundamental business concepts. You’ll take a tour of projects we’re currently working on and/or visit past successes. Our Peer Program eases the transition during your first few weeks. On-the-job training, targeted formal classes on technical topics, and lunchtime “brown bag” informational seminars are also available on a regular basis.