College Students . . . DO YOU NEED MONEY FOR SCHOOL?
COULD A SCHOLARSHIP HELP?
HOW ABOUT A PRICELESS CAREER OPPORTUNITY IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY?
If you answered yes to any of the above, than a summer internship in the heavy, highway, utility or commercial construction industry would be perfect for you!
After we receive your completed application, CIAP will review it and contact you by email if more information is needed or to set up an interview.
Please read thoroughly the Scholarship/Internship overview prior to
Download Scholarhip/Intern Overview (PDF)
Please have the following information available prior to applying:
Deciding on a career is never an easy choice. There is a great deal of information available when it comes to college, but many students are rarely aware of another path that leads to a well-paying, personally fulfilling career in the Construction Industry, and more specifically, union apprenticeship programs.
Apprentices are professionals in training - learning the basics of a particular craft or trade while they are earning a wage and benefits. What is even more appealing is the apprentices receive this education at no cost to them. Apprentice programs are paid by the training funds of the respective trade unions.
CIAP promotes the union apprenticeship programs and in cooperation with industry associations and their union partners, a career brochure was created to educate individuals on all union construction careers, as well as colleges and universities in the area that offer degree-related programs. You can view the brochure here.
For information on the construction apprenticeship programs, guest speakers or facility tours, stay tuned to this website.
Throughout New Jersey, contractors are constantly
in search of qualified candidates to fill positions
in project management, engineering, estimating,
safety and the like. Students pursuing a degree in
the industry are encouraged to explore the plethora
of opportunities available in construction. You can
learn more about these careers and what they entail
Already enrolled in a degree-related program and ready for an internship? Check out our internship/scholarship page!
(Scroll up to Internship Programs)
Last year, many industry organizations and unions provided scholarships to support higher-education goals. These entities see the benefit of financial support to students that meet their program’s eligibility requirements. Click below to read our press release about the 2017 financial commitments.
CIAP provides employment opportunities and scholarships through the
CIAP Summer Internship & Davis/Grosso Scholarship Program. Students completing their sophomore or junior year in a Baccalaureate Civil Engineering, Construction Technology, Construction Engineering Technology or Construction Management program are eligible to apply. Other engineering students may be eligible and should contact CIAP to verify. THE APPLICATION DEADLINE IS OCTOBER 15, 2017. A personal interview will take place at your college or university during November or December.
A Career Fair will be held January 8, 2020, where students selected to participate will interview with potential employers. Attendance is mandatory and does not guarantee employment.
Please take a moment to review the overview. If you think you would be interested and benefit from employment in the construction industry, please fill out the internship application by clicking here. For a few minutes of your time, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain!
Gus Anselmi Civil/Construction Engineering Technology Scholarships:
This scholarship opportunity is available to students in Civil/Construction Engineering Technology at the associate degree level. Eligible students are nominated by their professor and approved by CIAP. Awards are generally made to construction technology students with an interest in a construction career, entering their second year of a two-year Associate Degree program. If you are interested in receiving an Anselmi Scholarship, please talk to your Civil/Construction Engineering Technology professor.