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From: American Institute of Steel Construction <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>>
Subject: Student Engineering Intern Opportunity

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American Institute of Steel Construction<>
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Chicago, IL 60601

Student Engineering Intern Opportunity

The American Institute of Steel Construction is now accepting applications from students enrolled in structural, architectural or civil engineering programs for a full-time paid internship position during the summer of 2015. The position is located at AISC's downtown Chicago offices and lasts for 12 weeks. Temporary housing is not provided.

Qualified applicants will be in the third (or later) year of their curriculum and will have completed at least one course in structural steel design. To be considered, applicants must be planning to continue with their education full-time in the fall. The intern position supports the AISC Engineering and Research Department in developing technical resources for structural steel design.

To apply, submit a resume including cumulative GPA and a list of related coursework to [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> with "Engineering Intern" in the subject line. The deadline is February 27, 2015. Related inquiries may be sent to the same address.

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