ITE and Chi Epsilon held a joint Resume Workshop where we covered resumes, cover letters, and interviewing. Here are the slides:
Check out our calendar for upcoming workshops and other events!
Inspired by Ciclovía, the original, weekly street closure event in Bogotá, Colombia, CicLAvia consists of the temporary opening of Los Angeles streets to pedestrians and bicyclists so that they may enjoy a safe and pleasant recreation space, without the fear of car traffic. CicLAvia is a recurring free program that features interconnected routes throughout the Southern California region, creating a web of temporary public space where Angelenos are encouraged to make active use of their streets. Continue reading
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 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.
Some of the positions available include Civil Engineering, Traffic/Transportation Engineering, and Traffic/Transportation Planning. You need to submit a Cover letter, Resume, College Transcripts, and Online Application.
The application deadline is 5pm Wednesday, February 15, 2012. Find out more!
The program provides an outstanding educational and work experience for a select group of candidates in a wide range of disciplines, including engineering, surveying, environmental science, business, finance, communications and more.
This is a guest post by Walter Okitsu.
Walter Okitsu is Vice President of the Institute of Transportation Engineers’ Western District, which includes the 13 western states and US Pacific territories. He is a principal at KOA Corporation, headquartered in Monterey Park. He is licensed in traffic engineering and civil engineering in California, and is a certified Professional Traffic Operations Engineer and Professional Transportation Planner.
ITE Western District and its sections have done a good job getting students interested and involved with transportation engineering. Now that we’ve grabbed your attention, you may be wondering, where are the jobs? If you’re graduating soon, or already have, you’re aware these are tough times for hiring. It’s the toughest I’ve seen since the early 1980’s.