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2014 Summer Student Intern Program
Engineering • Architecture • Landscape Architecture • Planning • Surveying • GIS • Computer Science/Information Services
The City and County of San Francisco is seeking student interns for various architecture/engineering disciplines, to provide support to in-house Engineering • Architecture • Landscape Architecture • Planning • Surveying • GIS • ITT staff. The City Departments that employ interns are the Airport Commission (SFO), Department of Building Inspection (DBI), MTA Municipal Railway (Muni), MTA Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT), Port of San Francisco (Port), Public Utilities Commission (PUC), Department of Public Works (DPW), and Recreation and Park Department (RPD). Interns will gain on-the-job experience under the guidance of experienced professional engineers, architects, planners and surveyors. Interns will participate in various activities in the respective City Departments.
Positions may be available in the following Areas:
• Civil Engineering
• Computer Science/Information Services
• Construction Management
• Electrical Engineering
• Environmental/Sanitary Engineering
• Geographic Information System
• Landscape Architecture
• Mechanical Engineering
• Natural Resources
• Project Management
• Structural Engineering
• Traffic/Transportation Engineering
• Traffic/Transportation Planning
• Utilities Engineering
• Water Resources
Class 5380 – $1,892; 5381 – $2,030; 5382 – $2,128 (All rates reflect a Bi-weekly salary)
At the time of filing, the applicant must be in an accredited Engineering • Architecture • Landscape Architecture • Planning • Surveying GIS • Computer Science/Information Services Program at a university or a related field at a community college. An applicant can be employed up to six (6) months after graduation; otherwise, the applicant must be returning to their undergraduate program or entering a graduate program in Fall 2014.
How to Apply
Please apply online: Submit the following (a) Cover letter (limited to 1 page), briefly addressing your interest in Engineering • Architecture • Landscape Architecture • Planning • Surveying • Geographic Information System • Computer Science/Information Services discipline area(s) and career goals, (b) a current resume; (c) your current college transcript all in pdf format. Failure to submit a copy of college transcripts with cover letter and resume may result in rejection of application. Submission date for college transcripts may be extended if it is impossible to obtain them by the filing date. Applicants must submit a signed statement explaining why transcripts cannot be obtained by the filing date. Extension requests will be granted on a case-by-case basis. It is the applicant’s sole responsibility that all application materials and support documentation be received in a complete and legible form.
Please take the moment before you leave for the semester break to meet with your adviser and enroll for Spring 2014 classes. This way you will know that you have secured the classes and studios you want and you can have the most relaxing time while away.
Ann Gaffney, Christina Fetyko and Kana Okada are all happy to help you this week. Timely communication is a great way to answer questions and solve issues you have. They look forward to hearing from you!
students in ARH390: 3D Digital Modeling explore precedent studies by developing a series of digital and physical models. Each student uses an analytical drawing that examines his or her case-study’s primary transformation, derived via orthographic projection, to develop a methodology for creating a digital 3D model as well as for fabricating a physical model. Below are some of the models students fabricated (from top Beth Mackay, Michael Atwell, Nohelly Jaime)