THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS RESERVED FOR STUDENTS FROM L'ÉCOLE SPÉCIALE DES TRAVAUX PUBLICS DU BÂTIMENT ET DE L'INDUSTRIE TO APPLY TO THE SNC-LAVALIN AWARD.
Are you looking to:
•Gain work experience in a leading engineering and construction firm?
•Enhance your professional development by working with a team of highly qualified professionals?
•Kick start your engineering career in a globally-recognized company?
The SNC-Lavalin Award combines a paid internship of a minimum of 4 months and a scholarship, and offers you the possibility to gain practical experience supervised by skilled professionals. Award winners will receive a competitive student salary during their internship as well as a CAN $2,500 scholarship upon completion of the work term.
Here are a few examples of internships completed by our winners...:
Site Supervision – Design – Construction / Sustainable Development – Energy Efficiency
across a wide range of sectors:
Roads and Bridges – Buildings – Urban Infrastructure – Hydrocarbons and Chemicals – Mines and Metals
You are eligible to apply for the SNC-Lavalin Award if you meet all of the following requirements:
•You are a full-time student in a recognized undergraduate engineering program.
•You will have earned half of the credits necessary for your graduation by the end of the 2013 winter session.
•You demonstrate superior academic performance, leadership qualities and good communication skills.
•You are fluent in English and the work language of the region where you will work (additional languages are an asset).
•You are available to start your internship in April or May 2013.
•You are a citizen or landed immigrant of the country in which the hiring office is located.
Awards are granted once a year in SNC-Lavalin offices around the world. The deadline to apply is February 1, 2013.
Please note that your application must be accompanied by:
•A cover letter indicating the reasons for applying
•Your most recent transcript
Founded in 1911, SNC-Lavalin is one of the leading engineering and construction groups in the world and a major player in the ownership of...