"I really feel we work on projects that impact the communities we are working in. I take that responsibility seriously, but it also excites, humbles, and drives me to come to work every day."

- Caitlin Tobin, Associate Engineer

Working in transportation engineering and planning means having a direct impact on the safety, livability, efficiency, and equity of communities. We hosted two webinars this fall to learn about career paths and opportunities within the transportation profession, and how to build the foundation for a strong and fulfilling career.

Building a Career in Transportation Engineering and Planning

Wednesday, October 26

4:00pm PST/7:00pm EST

Abby Morgan, Brian Bustos, Amanua Osafo, and Kittelson’s CEO Brandon Nevers shared how transportation planners and engineers impact communities, what career paths exist within the private and public sectors of the profession, and how to find a job or internship that aligns with your values and purpose.

Internships at Kittelson

Wednesday, November 2

4:00pm PST/7:00pm EST

Kittelson’s internship program is an important part of who we are and how we seek to contribute to the profession. Our interns work on a variety of real projects and build relationships with staff across the firm through training sessions, informal meetings, and a two-day Intern Summit. Interested in a 2023 internship? Learn all about the program, what it entails, and how to apply from intern program organizers Kelly Laustsen, Mark Heisinger, and Megan Morrow and former intern Jady Chen.

Thanks to everyone who tuned in live on October 26 and November 2! We hope you gained valuable insights about the career and internship opportunities that await you in the world of transportation.