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The Right Way to Start a Career

Rosendin’s summer internship program is true to our mission of Building Quality, Building Value, Building People®. Far from errand runners, our interns are given a high level of responsibility across a wide range of projects. They provide meaningful contributions to their teams while learning from the very best in the industry. Internship focus areas include project management, estimating, safety, BIM, finance, and marketing. Each June, we hold Rosendin Intern Week, where interns can network with one another and train with multiple operational and non-operational departments within the company.

Rosendin Intern Week

Each June, Rosendin invites our interns from across the country to spend a week in San Jose, CA for Intern Week.

Internships at Rosendin

“I’ve had the pleasure of working for Rosendin at the South Texas office as a Project Management Intern. Rosendin does their absolute best to ensure that all their interns’ needs are met in order to excel in the program. I was amazed at the level of communication everybody was operating at, from the recruiters to the HR team all the way in San Jose, California! During intern week I was able to meet all these incredible individuals that worked so hard to coordinate the Internship Program. I was even able to shake hands and personally speak with CEO Tom Sorely! Working for Rosendin as an Intern has given me the experience and opportunity to expand my horizons for after graduation in May. I look forward to a career in engineering through Rosendin because what I experienced as an Intern is only a fraction of what this company has to offer.”

Veronica G., Civil Engineering
Texas A&M

“I have had the privilege of gaining exposure to two sides of Rosendin’s Engineering Department. On the Renewable’s side, I have created photovoltaic feeder schedules for $100 million solar panel builds and ensured that string sizing for these builds were both economically feasible and electrically viable. On the Commercial side, I worked on the circuiting and placing of mechanical and lighting fixtures of both regular and emergency power for high rise, hospital, and airport projects. The engineers I have been mentored by are incredibly talented and have answered all of my questions with enthusiasm and knowledgeable insight. On a job site visit, I went into the heart of the electrical rooms, and analyzed first-hand panels, circuit breaker systems, and transformers, one of which I’m pictured with here!”

Jaclyn M., Computer and Electrical Engineering
Milwaukee School of Engineering

“With the Renewable Energy group, I have gained experience in creating a Power System Study Short Circuit and ARC Flash Analysis for a Solar DG project in the County of San Diego. I also had the opportunity to be the Lead Estimator for a new multi-million dollar project in Staten Island, NY. The job was challenging and helped develop my skills in Accubid and understand the types of photovoltaic modules and sizes and how they differ from project to project. I visited several impressive job sites throughout my internship, but the one that impressed me the most was the Amazon LGB 7 Roof Mounted System project. This large project allowed me to see the challenges on a project and the milestones as they are completed. I have truly enjoyed my internship at Rosendin the people that I’ve worked with have challenged me and helped me to become a better engineer and estimator. I can now say that I understand the Project Management side of the business!”

Adrian G., Mechanical Engineering
Cal Baptist University

“Going into my first summer internship with Rosendin, I didn’t really know what to expect. After the past several weeks of learning new things about construction project management, I can say with certainty that Rosendin really does care about their people. Even from the short amount of time I’ve been interning, I have already experienced and learned so much. I met so many great people and I wish I interned for Rosendin earlier”.

Andrew T., Civil Engineering
San Jose State University

“I started as summer help with the Union. They had me moving pipe, inventorying things, all the grunt work that they had out there. The transition from working in the field to an intern in the office was happening while I was in the field. My plan from the beginning was to use that experience and knowledge and take that next step into actually interning and then make it my full-time job. When I knew I wanted to work full-time with Rosendin was a couple of weeks into the internship. I really liked how the company was run and I was getting a lot of guidance from people that I worked with. As an intern, the first task I had was a feeder log. It was pretty intensive and it felt like I was actually contributing to something that they used going forward in the project. The fact that they, while checking me, allowed me to do something important and integral to what we were doing out there sparked my interest.”

Stephen K., Business Management
Ave Maria University
92

The average number of interns employed by Rosendin each summer

45+

The total number of colleges and universities we recruit interns from each year

50%

The percentage of interns who became full-time Rosendin employees

Former Intern Stories

Ashlie P.

Safety Coordinator

Rob C.

Project Manager

Erika H.

BIM Modeler

Kevin C.

Project Manager

Stephen K.

Assistant Project Manager

Shannon H.

Project Manager

Recruiting Calendar

Rosendin frequently visits college campuses and industry events across the country to find great interns. Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, all college/university careers fairs have been canceled. Our recruitment teams are staying in touch with colleges/universities across the country for future recruitment opportunities.

Check back soon for an update on our recruiting calendar of upcoming events. In the meantime, please visit our LinkedIn page.

Information for Recruiters and Agencies/Staffing Firms

The Rosendin Electric Human Resources Department is the focal point for all recruiting and hiring at Rosendin Electric. If your agency/staffing firm is interested in establishing a relationship with Rosendin Electric, we require that you work directly with our HR Department.

We do not accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters or agencies/staffing firms. Resumes are only accepted from recruiters and agency/staffing firms if a signed agreement is in place at the inception of the recruiting effort and authorized for a specified position.

All unsolicited resumes submitted for a current posting will be considered the property of Rosendin Electric. Rosendin Electric is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.

As a safety professional, I lead by example. On a project site, I must ‘show up’ in my daily interactions. I need to be concise and confident in my responses and I must remain cool in hot situations. At the end of the day, I only have myself to reflect on what I did or did not do.

Ashlie P.
Safety Coordinator
North Carolina

I had the opportunity to work with several other contractors during my college internships, and I value each one of those experiences. The last internship I did was with Rosendin, and I immediately knew that this was going to be where I was going to spend my career. The way Rosendin conducts business and invests in its employees is what sets us apart from other contractors. There are a certain drive and motivation at Rosendin that can be contagious where people are motivated to succeed and constantly improve. At my age, that is the most important thing to me – being constantly motivated and moving forward.

Rob C.
Project Manager
California

Working in an industry that is primarily filled with men has given me the extra drive and motivation to take on a leadership role in the industry. My position has helped me learn how to work with different talents and come together as a team to resolve any issues. I encourage all women to tackle any fears they have entering the construction industry as it has opened up so many doors for me.

Erika H.
BIM Modeler
Arizona

“I went through the Intern Boot Camp at Rosendin’s Headquarters in California in 2015 and there were no more than 15 total interns that attended. At the end of my internship, I went back to school and took a few weeks to think things over, and before the next career fair even started I had already accepted a full-time position with Rosendin as an Assistant Project Manager. As a whole, the company has been awesome so far and I see a lot of things that are headed in the right direction with always looking forward, willingness to change, and at the same time a willingness to change something if there is a better way to do it. Rosendin allows their interns to fit best to the path that they want.

Kevin C.
Project Manager
Virginia

I started in construction as a summer help with the Union. They had me moving pipe, inventorying things, all the grunt work that they had out there. The transition from working in the field to an intern in the office was happening while I was in the field. My plan from the beginning was to use that experience and knowledge and take that next step into actually interning and then make it my full-time job. When I knew I wanted to work full-time with Rosendin was a couple of weeks into the internship. I really liked how the company was run and I was getting a lot of guidance from people that I worked with. As an intern, the first task I had was a feeder log. It was pretty intensive and it felt like I was actually contributing to something that they used going forward in the project. The fact that they, while checking me, allowed me to do something important and integral to what we were doing out there sparked my interest.

Stephen K.
Assistant Project Manager
Virginia

Before I started full-time with Rosendin, I interned for two years. My internship helped me to get hands-on experience with writing RFIs, doing submittals, and reading drawings and documentation that we didn’t necessarily cover in class. I decided to stay with Rosendin because I felt like everyone was really trying to help me do better. I have a mentor, and I have someone that gives me goals and expectations to get to the next step.

Shannon H.
Project Manager
Virginia

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Office License(s)
Anaheim, CA 142881
Gallatin, TN 51692
Hillsboro, OR CCB#103939
Las Vegas, NV 011435
Los Angeles (West), CA 142881
Phoenix, AZ (BIM Office) ROC034937R-11
ROC105241C-11
ROC111444A-17
ROC158637B-1
ROC158638A
Prineville, OR CCB#103939
Sacramento, CA 142881
San Francisco, CA 142881
San Jose, CA (Corp HQ) 142881
Tempe, AZ ROC034937R-11
ROC105241C-11
ROC111444A-17
ROC158637B-1
ROC158638A
Texas 20807