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massdot_intern_facebook_page_1Are you a college student interested in an opportunity to gain hands-on transportation experience? The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has announced a series of Summer Internship opportunities for incoming and current college students.

The full-time, paid internships are available to incoming or current college undergraduate or graduate students who will be enrolled full-time as a student in fall 2018. Most internships seek applicants with coursework in a related field.

The internships run from June through August. Please review the individual job descriptions for specific information about each internship’s education requirements:

Aeronautics Engineering

Aeronautics Environmental

Aeronautics Executive

Audit

Highway Engineering

Highway Operations

HR Executive Internship

HR Marketing & Communications

Information Technology Executive Internship

IT Project Management Office Internship

Rail & Transit

RMV Customer Service

Transportation Planning

For additional information, please visit the MassCareers Employment website.

 

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