Every summer we are pleased to bring university students into our offices to help them gain valuable, on-the-job work experience in the transportation planning and engineering field.
This year we are glad to have Teertha Kamireddi and Max Gettleman join us. Teertha is pursuing a Master of Science in Civil and Infrastructure Engineering at George Mason University with a concentration in transportation engineering. Her coursework includes Network Models Transport Planning, Public Infrastructure Management and Finance, Infrastructure Modeling, Travel Demand Modeling, Risk and Uncertainty Systems Analysis, and Urban Transportation Planning. Teertha has a Bachelor of Engineering, Civil Engineering from Andhra University in India and a Diploma in Civil Engineering from State Board of Technical Education (Government Polytechnic College – Visakhapatnam).
Max is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering in the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech with coursework in surveying and statistics, CE drawings and virtual drawing, construction management, and transportation. He has served as an assistant field engineer in an internship that included work on the I-66 construction project in Northern Virginia.
Our paid internship program generally spans from mid-May to mid-August where interns gain experience working alongside our engineers and planners during a ±32-hour work week.
Welcome Teertha and Max!