Internship Program

The goal of the Reynolds College Tour is to identify and develop A/E/C students for a position in their field post-graduation. Throughout our paid, Co-Op or 13-Week Summer 2020 programs, students will gain real-life experience. Participants will be exposed to various job settings and responsibilities and be mentored by our industry experts.

Program Highlights

  • Hands-on learning opportunities
  • Exposure to various project site environments
  • Mentorship from industry experts in construction, design engineering & commissioning professions
  • Direct access to company leadership
  • Company culture & team building activities
  • Social activities
  • Housing assistance

Our recruiting team is hitting the road this fall. We hope to see you and share more about our upcoming internship opportunities. To learn more about Reynolds and our people and projects,  we invite you to Be Social with Us [you know the drill, click on those icons up top] and use #ReynoldsOnCampus. We will be posting pictures from each of our stops and important announcements that you won’t want to miss.

 Where We're Headed2019 Dates
Penn State Department of Architectural Engineering Career Fair - Main CampusSeptember 24
Penn State Harrisburg School of Science, Engineering & Technology Career FairOctober 2
Pennsylvania College of Technology Fall Career FairOctober 16

We conduct a complete pre-employment background screening process.

To apply for Summer 2020, submit your cover letter and resume.

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Reynolds is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Success Story

Tyler Zeiders

Construction Management Major, Drexel University

“The single most important thing I learned was that on the job site you need to acquire time management skills. It is important to balance meetings, reports, and costs, and plan the most efficient way to do it.”

Adam Miller

HVAC Design Major, Pennsylvania College of Technology

“Ask questions when you are confused about something. Take every opportunity you can to learn more.”

Tyler Milo

Mechanical Engineering Major, Drexel University

“Everyone has been very welcoming and willing to share their knowledge and experience with me. The variety of projects I have been able to be a part of has been a great experience.”

Dan Coholich

Construction Management Major, Penn State

“The most important thing I’ve learned is safety. Making sure crews are safe and workers get home to their families in the number one priority.”

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