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Welcome Summer 2023 Interns! (Part 2)

Welcome back to the second installment of our three-part series introducing you to Moore Engineering’s 2023 cohort of summer interns! Moore Engineering’s summer internship program gives students hands-on experience to prepare them for a fruitful career in the industry. We’re proud to have cultivated a culture where many interns want to continue their careers with Moore. A considerable portion of our full-time participated in Moore’s internship program and have gone on to contribute meaningfully to our growth and projects around the region. 

Without further ado, I’d like to welcome the next batch of 2023 summer interns!

James Hajicek

Construction Engineering Intern

James Hajicek joins Moore Engineering as Intern

James Hajicek joined Moore Engineering as a Construction Engineering Intern in our Fergus Falls, Minnesota office. Fergus Falls being his hometown, James will have the chance to work close to home before heading back to Arizona State University in the fall. As a finance major, James breaks the traditional engineering intern mold – which tracks with his general hunger for knowledge. When asked why he joined Moore Engineering, James gave a pointed and pensive answer: “Gain Knowledge.”

Jonah Welter

Water Resources Intern

Jonah Welter joins Moore Engineering as Intern

Jonah Welter moved from his hometown of Lisbon, ND, to study Environmental Engineering at St.Cloud State University. In the summer of 2022, during his first bout as an intern, his team of mentors and co-workers must have made an impact! This year marks Jonah’s second summer with Moore’s Water Resources division based in St. Cloud. He reported being drawn back to Moore for its positive and collaborative culture.

Lydia Gross

Water Resources Intern

Lydia Gross joins Moore Engineering as Intern

Lydia Gross will have the chance to work closely with Jonah as she also moved to join Moore’s Water Resources division in St. Cloud. Originally from Moorhead, MN, Lydia studies civil engineering at North Dakota State University (Go Bison!). When asked why she chose to join Moore, Lydia recalls our firm’s focus on community and growth opportunities: “I chose Moore Engineering because it is a local engineering firm that gets involved and has good relationships with the communities around them. Also, I felt like Moore would be a great start for my first internship and a great opportunity to learn things we don’t see in school.”

Connor Asche

Construction Engineering Intern

Connor Asche joins Moore Engineering as Intern

Connor Asche studies Civil Engineering at Dordt University in Sioux Center, Iowa. This summer, Connor will work as a Construction Engineering intern in Moore’s West Fargo office, a stone-throw from his hometown of Fargo. The internship program caught his eye for our focus on giving interns first-hand experience of what a career in engineering is like. 

Weston Mitchell

Construction Engineering Intern

Weston Mitchell joins Moore Engineering as Intern

Last but not least is Weston Mitchell. Weston is also joining Moore Engineering as a Construction Engineer Intern in West Fargo. Originally from Fargo, he stayed close to home to attend NDSU (Go Bison, again). Weston’s first interaction with the Moore team came at a career fair, one of our favorite venues to meet ambitious intern candidates. Needless to say, he was impressed! His positive of Moore continued through the interview process and was reciprocated by our team that invited him aboard. 

Join Moore Engineering

We’re hiring for a variety of roles throughout the organization. We believe in giving our employees ownership of the company and their career aspirations. Our ESOP program gives everyone a unique stake in the company’s future growth. Our employee-first mentality gives everyone the chance to follow their passions and grow.

Take a look at our open positions and apply today!

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