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Summer Engineer Intern Program

The purpose of ODOT’s Summer Engineer Intern Program is to expose undergraduate engineering students to the industry of highway construction from the perspective of state government.  Summer interns will have the opportunity to gain valuable work experience by participating in highway construction and maintenance activities such as:

  • Assisting a survey crew
  • Assisting with traffic hazard surveys
  • Documenting daily construction activities and project status
  • Maintaining highway rights-of-way
  • Repairing highway safety appurtenances
  • Repairing roads and bridges
  • Testing and inspecting construction materials
  • Verifying that project elements are built according to plans and specifications
  • And much more.

Returning Summer Interns will further their experience by participating in the above activities at a more in-depth level, as well as possibly being assigned to their own project.

Field assignments are available at all 77 Oklahoma counties and are subject to location and availability.

Program Eligibiltiy

Eligible applicants must be:

  • At least 18 years of age,
  • Enrolled at an Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) accredited college or university and
  • A United States citizen or legal resident of the United States as defined by the Immigration Reform Act, 8 USCS, Section 1324b.  (Sponsorship for an employment visa is not currently available.)

Apply Here!

Contact Information:

Anthony Delce
Engineering Development Program Coordinator
200 NE 21st
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Quick Links:
Engineering Development Program (EDP)
Engineer Intern Rotation
Field Divisions and Construction Residencies
OK State Employee Benefits
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University Design Teams

Last Modified on Jun 24, 2024
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