SGH's College Relations Program attracts students with strong academic and diverse backgrounds interested in gaining experience from a variety of project-based assignments. We seek self-motivated students who are innovative thinkers. SGH actively recruits at many of the top engineering schools in the United States. Our recruiting visits at top US schools allow students to talk with SGH technical staff about their experiences and provide a forum for students to share their interests with us. We offer year-round internship and co-op programs for graduates and undergraduates at all SGH offices.
Simpson Gumpertz & Heger is always looking for new talent to join our ranks by visiting colleges and universities across the country. Representatives from SGH will attend the following events:
Tech Connect, Duke University, 15 September 2015
Architectural Engineering Career Fair, Penn State, 22 September 2015
Fall 2015 Engineering Career Fair, University of Illinois at Urbana, 24 September 2015
CEESA Civil Engineering Career Fair, Purdue University, 1 October 2015
Viterbi Engineering Career Fair Expo, University of Southern California, 6-7 October 2015
Fall Career Fair, Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo, 8 October 2015
Chi Epsilon Fall Career Fair, University of Maryland, 23 October 2015
Civil & Environmental Engineering Career Fair, University of California - Berkeley, 28 October 2015
ASCE Civil & Environmental Engineering Career Fair, University of Michigan, 13 November 2015
Internships and Co-ops
Imagine the possibilities
At SGH we offer paid year-round co-op and internship opportunities at all our locations. Qualified co-ops and interns will gain hands-on technical and professional training as they work among experts and senior leaders in our three divisions. Past co-ops and interns have worked on a variety of tasks, including construction monitoring, field investigations, project drafting, structural member design, and structural analysis. Prepare for an exciting opportunity to get your feet wet!
SGH sponsors scholarships at many universities to encourage college students who aspire to a career in civil engineering, structural engineering, building technology, or building science.