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A Construction Management internship is with a residential, commercial, civil or industrial construction company that demonstrates professionalism and provides experiences in the following areas. Interns are to be exposed to management and leadership with no more than 20% of their time devoted to production/labor on the project site.
Cost Accounting and Analysis
Labor Resource Management
Cost Estimating and Bidding
Project Planning, Scheduling, and Time Control
Project Organization and Supervision
Interpretation and Use of Construction Documents
Construction Materials and Methods
Quality Control and Inspection
Written and Verbal Communication
Companies will complete the Overview of Internship Experience (template on www.unkcm.org under tab “Internships”) which includes defining how these components will be addressed during the internship experience. Internships are approved by the CM Program and Internship Director based upon these components. The Overview of Internship Experience should be
The internship is 12 full weeks, working full-time (with Memorial Day and Fourth of July off). Interns must work at least 460 hours during the 12 weeks, many will work more. Interns may work longer, but on-site academic requirements must be fulfilled in the 12 week period. There are 15 weeks during the summer timeframe with the last day of finals being Thursday, May 7 and fall classes resuming on Monday, August 24.
Start/stop date options for Summer 2015 are as follows:
Monday, May 11 – Friday, July 31
Monday, May 18 – Friday, August 7
Tuesday, May 26 – Friday, August 14
Academic Assignments requiring company input or completion (all are responsibility of the intern)
Company Profile Due at the end of Week 1
Training Plan Due at the end of Week 2
Midterm Evaluation Due at the end of Week 6
Video Conferences Early June & Early July
Follow-Up Call / Site Visit Scheduled during Week 7-12
Final Evaluation Due at the end of Week 12
Final Presentation Students will be taking photos and gathering information during their experience.
Brenda Jochum, Director Industrial Technology Internships University of Nebraska at Kearney Otto Olsen Bldg. 132A Kearney, NE 68849-2120 (308) 865-8122 (308) 865-8976 fax [email protected] website link: http://www.unk.edu/cmintern We will be adding open internships on this website in the future. To advertise an internship opportunity on this website email [email protected].