Internship Application

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Applications for Summer 2018 are now closed.

Please check back with us about future programs, and be sure to read our FAQs to learn more about opportunities in this industry!


  • Do you like to know how things work and fix things?
  • Do family and friends come to you when something they own breaks down?
  • Did you love Legos® as a kid?
  • Are you organized, curious, and willing to learn new technology?
  • Do you like to work with people and mentor others?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, a career in building engineering/operations might be for you!

Building engineering professionals make up a critical component of the trillion-dollar commercial property management industry, and they are in high demand!

We’re talking about meaningful, sustainable careers with virtually unlimited opportunities for advancement. Jobs in building engineering are stable, lucrative, and growth-oriented.

As an intern, you will receive valuable work experience and access to a wide network of professionals in this industry while being paid.

 

The Opportunity

An eight-week, paid Internship program during the Summer of 2018 – in partnership with the following distinguished property management companies:

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How it Works

Through a series of interviews in the spring, the Foundation will select up to 12 interns. Interns will have the opportunity to join the staff of one of these prestigious real estate firms (logos above) in the Washington, DC region. The exact locations of the Internships will be provided during the Interview process.

Payment
Interns – who will be paid $15 per hour – will work alongside experienced building engineers at office buildings in the region to learn more about this exciting career path.

In addition to full-time employment over the summer and hands on training, the AOBA Educational Foundation Internship Program includes a number of professional development programs to help you land a job – as soon as this fall.


Questions About Our Internship Program or Engineering Careers?  We Can Help!