20th Annual Transportation Education Symposium
November 6 and 7, 2014 Chaminade Resort & Spa Hotel in Santa Cruz, CA
2014 Transportation Education Symposium Attendees-
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THANK YOU to the following generous sponsors for supporting the 2014 Transportation Education Symposium — we couldn’t do it without YOU!
James E Moore II, Professor
2014 CTF Transportation Education Symposium Scholarships Application
*Only students who attended the 2014 CTF Transportation Education Symposium on Nov. 6-7 will qualify. Click Here to download
Student Internship Opportunities
Intern at Fehr & Peers- Click here for more information!
Fehr & Peers interns take on similar tasks and responsibilities as a full-time entry-level staff. Internships are available in all of our offices for the semester, summer, or year. Interns must be at a junior or senior-level pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in transportation, civil or electrical engineering; urban and regional planning; or related major. Coursework and/or extracurricular activities in transportation are highly desirable.
Intern at Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)- College Students Click here for more information!
Internships at MTC provide students with the opportunity to gain professional work experience in transportation planning, finance and operational projects. Internships are all located in Oakland, California, and are generally full-time from June through September (if available, Internships may be extended on a part-time basis through December).
The internship may be in the following sections: Legislation and Public Affairs, Planning, Programming and Allocations, Traveler Coordination and Information, Highway and Arterial Operations, and Bridge Oversight and Operations.
To qualify for an MTC internship, students must be enrolled at least part-time in a four-year undergraduate or graduate level curriculum. Individuals who have already graduated may be considered up to six (6) months post-graduation. MTC prefers students in the fields of: Transportation Planning, Transportation Engineering, City and Regional Planning, Public Policy, Public Administration, Urban Studies, and Public Finance. Other closely related fields will be considered.
Intern at Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)- High School Students Click here for more information!
Each year MTC sponsors a High School Internship Program. The purpose of the program is to introduce high school students (in the 10th, 11th or 12th grade) to career opportunities in the field of transportation, to show them how public transportation agencies play an overall part in the community, county, and regional transportation operations, and to provide MTC’s transportation partners (such as traffic engineers at city and county public works departments or planners at transit agencies) with assistance.
The program was conceived of by MTC’s Minority Citizens Advisory Committee to encourage young people who might not otherwise consider a career in transportation to do so. Students of all races and ethnic backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.