In cooperation with the
Education Initiatives Program, the N.C. Department of Transportation's Talent Management Office has developed several college programs and internships for undergraduates and graduates interested in careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (also referred to as STEM) as well as other areas in the transportation industry.
The NCDOT Internship Network's goal is to attract and retain qualified employees to meet the transportation needs of North Carolina.
Students seeking associate, bachelor's and master's degrees receive comprehensive, hands-on experience throughout NCDOT, such as the Division of Highways, Division of Motor Vehicles, Division of Public Transportation and communications office.
|Cooperative Education Program||A career-oriented, professional-level program for short-term training in civil engineering with the primary purpose to integrate classroom and practical experience|
| HBCU/MSI Internship Program||A summer internship designed to provide hands-on,
real-world experiences to any student attending a historically black college or
university or a minority institution of higher education, |
|Public Transportation Internship/Apprenticeship Program||A program that exposes participants to all aspects of a transit system and allows
them to gain experience in managing public transportation
operations, help them better assess public transportation careers and compete for
|Student Volunteer Program
||A program that gives students wanting to pursue transportation careers the chance to explore fields they are interested in and gain exposure to new
|Summer Engineering Assistants Program ||A paid summer internship in which students studying civil,
environmental or biological engineering gain valuable experience that
counts toward eligibility for permanent employment with NCDOT|
|Transportation Engineering Associates Program
||A 12-15-month training and career development program designed so that participants accomplish three major goals for entry-level civil, environmental or