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🚀 Internship

Bachelors - Environmental Engineering Intern

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CDM Smith

27d ago

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


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  • The candidate must be currently enrolled in a Bachelors program for Environmental Engineering or a related engineering field, as well as be able to travel up to 10% of the time.
  • The candidate will work with a team of engineers on public, federal, and industrial projects, conducting research, analyzing and modeling environmental data, assisting with fieldwork, and developing documents and presentations.
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Off-cycle Internship



  • Imagine a place committed to offering an unmatched employee experience. Where you work on projects that are meaningful to you. Where you play an active part in shaping your career journey. Where your co-workers are invested in you and your success. Where you are encouraged and supported to do your very best and given the tools and resources to do so. Where it’s a priority that the company takes good care of you and your family.
  • Our employees are the heart of our company. As an employer of choice, our goal is to provide a challenging, progressive and inclusive work environment which fosters personal leadership, career growth and development for every employee. We value passionate individuals who challenge the norm, deliver world-class solutions and bring diverse perspectives. Join our team, and together we will make a difference and change the world.


  • Minimum Qualifications:
  • Currently enrolled and taking courses toward a Bachelors in Environmental Engineering or a related engineering field is required.
  • Amount of Travel Required:
  • 10%

Education requirements

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Area of Responsibilities



  • CDM Smith is looking for an Environmental Engineering Intern to join our team! You'll be working with a dynamic team of industry leading engineers on a diverse portfolio of public, federal, and industrial projects. Students will work closely with senior engineers to research environmental information to support analyses and design. They will evaluate data to determine usability in for analyses and modeling. Students will also assist in developing documents and presentations to disseminate study information. May assist with fieldwork to collect environmental data. They may also be exposure to ArcGIS, CADD, Excel and Access software to display, analyze and manage data.


Work type

Full time

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