Envirocon’s internship program offers students and recent graduates from around the country an opportunity to work alongside project staff on environmental remediation, demolition, geotechnical construction and dredging and sediment remediation projects throughout the U.S. and Canada. Each intern is assigned a mentor who reviews progress and provides valuable feedback and coaching. We are happy to introduce Logan Dunlap, Erik Schnaderbeck and Morgan West as the Internship Program members for 2014.
Logan is interning for the Intermountain Remediation service line and is being mentored by Pete Joy, Director of Operations. Logan currently attends Montana Tech of the University of Montana and is working towards a bachelor’s degree in General Engineering-Civil option. He was granted the Excellence in Education Scholarship award in 2014 and has received the MT Tech Chancellor’s List award and the MT Tech Dean’s list award.
Erik is interning for the West Coast Remediation service line and is being mentored by Josh Bale, Senior Engineer. Erik currently attends Colorado State University and is working towards a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering. He is a member of Chi Epsilon (Civil Engineering Honor Society) and is in the Honors Program at the University of Colorado.
Morgan is interning for the Health and Safety department and is being mentored by Frank Sullivan, H&S Deputy Director. Morgan is currently attending Montana Tech of the University of Montana and is working towards a bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety and Health. Outside of his education endeavors, Morgan in an accomplished United States Navy Corpsman.
Please join us in welcoming the 2014 Interns to the Envirocon team.