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Construction Status Reporting Internship - (13673)



Construction Status Reporting Internship - (13673)


Typical Degree Programs Sought Include: Project/Construction Engineering, Civil Engineering, Construction Management, and related degrees

The Idaho National Laboratory is seeking a University Undergraduate studying civil engineering, construction engineering, construction management, construction engineering technology, or related fields. 

The role will require the student to observe and report on ongoing construction projects: 

1) Report on progress and completion of Construction Activities 
2) Update activities in project schedule and pass that information on to the Project Team 
3) Provide recommendations for improvement 
4) Write and deliver status reports and daily logs to management 
5) Other related activities 

Student must have construction experience in order to excel in this position.

INL Internship Program Information: 
Idaho National Laboratory (INL) hosts over 300 undergraduate and graduate students each year to support INL’s mission.  Opportunities for interns at INL range from nuclear engineering to cyber security and include non-scientific positions in various operations and business disciplines.
Join INL’s team and find your exceptional educational experience in a real-world work environment.  INL offers a unique opportunity to learn, collaborate, innovate and conduct research with top researchers and professionals.
Interns will spend the first week of their assignment working with their mentor to outline their work scope and to secure resources for a successful internship.  For the next several weeks, the mentor will provide considerable program assistance and guidance to the intern.  In addition to regular activities, interns are invited to attend weekly seminars, tours and community events designed with career development in mind.  Completion of a final project is highly recommended and can be completed through a variety of mediums – a traditional poster, electronic presentation or video.