CCE for a Site Visit to Thornton Tomasetti on Friday, November 8th
at 9:30am. Thornton Tomasetti offers a
variety of internships and full time opportunities for undergraduates and
recent graduates. Learn inside information from Columbia Alumni, hiring
managers and HR professionals regarding internships and full time positions,
company culture and sample career paths in the architecture, engineering and
construction industry. During the visit, you will also have the
opportunity to ask questions and gain insight on how to apply and market
yourself for these coveted opportunities.
Tomasetti provides building engineering services to clients worldwide on
projects of all sizes and complexity. From the tallest towers and the longest
spans, to innovative building systems and materials, we are committed to
creating the best solutions through our technical ingenuity, our pursuit of
excellence, and responsiveness to client needs.
Founded in 1956
as Lev Zetlin & Associates, today we are a +650-person organization of
engineers and architects, collaborating from offices across the United States
and in Hong Kong, London, Moscow, and Shanghai. Our services cover structural
design, building evaluation, and remediation to optimize building efficiency
Their expansion in key locations throughout the United States and globally
has created employment opportunities for outstanding engineers, architects, and
other professionals in services such as structural design, building skin
systems, forensic analysis, historic preservation, seismic assessment, property
loss consulting and sustainability.
For more information about the Site Visit program and tips on how to prepare for the site visit, please visit: http://www.careereducation.columbia.edu/services/site-visit-program
Attire? Business attire
Registration required? Yes.
Resume required? Resume is not required; however recommended that you bring it with you.
Eligibility? This event is open to all undergraduate and alumni at Columbia University from the following schools: Columbia College, Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science, School of General Studies.
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