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Welcome Summer 2023 Interns! (Part 3)

Welcome to the third and final installment of our series introducing you to the best and brightest students from around the country who have joined Moore Engineering’s 2023 summer internship program in our North Dakota and Minnesota offices.

This summer’s cohort of interns is already hard at work! At Moore, internships aren’t for coffee runs; they’re an opportunity for students to get hands-on experience in the engineering field.

Welcome Summer 2023 interns!

Ben Roehl

Construction Engineering Intern

Ben Roehl, hailing from Milaca, Minnesota, is joining Moore Engineering as a Construction Engineering Intern in our West Fargo office. Currently pursuing a degree in Civil Engineering at NDSU, Ben is no stranger to Moore Engineering, as he previously interned with us in 2022. Excited to continue his journey with Moore, Ben was drawn to the company to further explore the realm of municipal engineering. His dedication and enthusiasm for the field make him a valuable addition to our team. Welcome back, Ben, and we look forward to another productive summer together at Moore Engineering!

Riley Pederson

Construction Engineering Intern

Riley Pederson is from Tioga, North Dakota, and has long had the dream to become a Civil Engineer. She plans to attend the University of North Dakota to pursue her degree. Riley has a clear goal to join Moore Engineering full-time when she graduates. As a Construction engineering intern based in our Bismarck, ND office, she is well on her way to achieving her objective!

Joe Kroohn

Construction Engineering Intern

Joe Kroohn joins the Moore Engineering team as a Construction Engineering Intern based in our West Fargo office. Joe is from Woodbury, MN, and is pursuing his degree in Civil Engineering at NDSU (Go Bison).

Joe was drawn to Moore Engineering for the opportunity to gain experience in different sub-fields of civil engineering. He’ll have ample opportunity to learn from members in all four of our sectors: Municipal, Transporation, Environmental, and Water Resources. He also had a positive impression of Moore from his friend and Graduate Engineer in Moore’s Municipal sector, Peyton Beyerle.

We are excited to have Joe Kroohn on board and look forward to working with him on various projects this summer!

Joshua Crowder

Construction Engineer Intern

Joshua Crowder, originally from Powers Lake, North Dakota, is currently pursuing a degree in Civil Engineering at the University of North Dakota (UND). After receiving a recommendation from a family member and learning about Moore Engineering’s excellent reputation as an employer, Joshua decided to apply for an internship. With Moore’s Minot office close by, he believed it was the ideal choice. After a few weeks in the role, Joshua reported he made the right decision.

Want to work at 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 and 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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