McCormick Taylor's internship program has been refined to ensure our interns gain as much real-world experience as possible. We expose our interns to a variety of civil engineering, environmental, or administrative tasks, allowing you to be involved with many aspects of several large-scale projects. By the end of the internship, they have a better understanding of what it takes to deliver a successful project.
Around the company, 25 of our 450 current employees got their start as an intern. We're active at universities and colleges, seeking motivated and talented students looking to kick off their career. Visit us at these upcoming career fairs to learn more about our positions!
UPCOMING CAREER FAIRS
Penn State University – Spring 2019 ASCE Career Fair, January 31, 2019
Villanova University – Spring Career Fair, February 6, 2019
University of Pittsburgh – Spring Career + Internship Fair, February 12, 2019
University of Delaware – Spring Career & Internship Fair, February 19, 2019
University of Maryland – Spring Career & Internship Fair, February 20, 2019
Rowan University – Spring 2019 Career Fair, February 21, 2019
Drexel University – Engineering and Technology Career Fair, February 27, 2019
WHAT OUR INTERNS DO
Fieldwork: The best way to experience the work we do is to see it in the field. Our interns visit project sites before, during, and after construction. Fieldwork includes photo documentation, measurements, traffic counts, field meetings, and environmental evaluations.
Design: You will have the opportunity to assist with various designs and calculations. These may include geometry, grading, hydrology, quantity calculations, and cost estimation.
Drafting: The biggest tool we use for design is CADD, specifically Bentley MicroStation. By the end of your internship, you will be proficient in drafting and plan preparation, or a variety of environmental tasks. You will also learn how to operate our scanners, plotters, and copiers used to produce our client deliverables.
Research: Knowing where to find the right information is important. You will become familiar with the industry standards and reference manuals that govern our designs.
Writing: An important aspect of our work is being able to document our design process and convey it to the client and public. You will be exposed to technical report writing and the preparation of project delivery documentation reports.
WHAT OUR INTERNS CAN EXPECT
We value our interns tremendously, and hope to ensure the best possible experience throughout your time with McCormick Taylor. Here are just some of the things that help set McCormick Taylor's internship program apart.
Intern Appreciation Day: At our annual Intern Appreciation Day, we do more than appreciate the hard work our interns have put in. They spend a day in our Philadelphia headquarters, meeting with company leadership and other interns participating in the program companywide. Interns are able to network with peers, participate in a Q&A session with former interns, and receive resume writing and interviewing tips in a professional development workshop.
Compensation: Our interns are generously compensated for the time they spend here.
Hourly rates are dictated by class standing and any prior relative experience.
Orientation: Our Talent Acquisition team will reach out to all interns at the beginning of the program and provide them with the information and tools needed to guarantee a successful tenure with McCormick Taylor.
Intern Satisfaction Survey: All interns speak with a Talent Acquisition representative before their internship ends in order to share what they enjoyed most about their time with McCormick Taylor, as well as indicate ways the program can be improved. We promote open dialogue between our interns and Talent Acquisition team to make sure that the program improves every year and that you found value in your internship with McCormick Taylor.