Carroll Daniel Internship Program

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College Internship Program at Carroll Daniel

Carroll Daniel’s Internship Program is designed to promote the studies and interests of students enrolled in a Construction Management Program, pursuing a bachelor’s degree. This program immerses students into all departments and processes of the preconstruction and construction phases at Carroll Daniel. We accept sophomore-senior college students who are committed to participating in our paid Internship Program. While not required, having been a part of our Internship Program puts students a step ahead of the competition when it comes to being hired at Carroll Daniel and moving forward on our typical career track.

The application can be found under the Careers tab. This application link becomes active on our website every September and remains open until we have reached capacity. If you have any additional questions, contact HR@carrolldaniel.com.

A Day In The Life of A Carroll Daniel Intern

FAQs

What are the dates of the Internship Program?

Our Internship Program is every summer, beginning mid-May to early August.

What makes Carroll Daniel’s Internship Program unique?

Our Internship Program is designed to offer each intern the maximum amount of exposure to the construction industry during your summer with us. To accomplish this, we will have you spend half your time in the office working with a Project Manager and the rest of your time in the field working with a Superintendent. We intentionally conduct a 30-day informal review to make sure you’re getting the most out of your experience with us.

We also value work-life balance and have a company culture that is carefully cultivated to live out our values and build connectivity amongst team members. In addition to direct interaction with executives, we involve our interns in several company social events from white water rafting to rooftop yoga and more. Our program also provides housing for interns and offers unique perks and learning opportunities like Safety Ride-Along Day, Jobsite Tours, and #BuildingforBetter Day, a day dedicated to building a better community through volunteering and stewardship through Habitat for Hall County.

What will I be doing as an intern?

An intern’s main duties and responsibilities are to assist their mentor in the daily project tasks at hand. Some duties include; participating in weekly meetings with owners & subcontractors, helping with safety enforcement on the jobsite, assisting with submittals & scheduling, managing project information/ documents, verifying work conforms with plans & specs, etc.

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I went to school for architecture and wanted to get into the technical side of things. Coming straight out of college without construction experience, I still felt like my opinion was respected. My favorite thing about working for Carroll Daniel is the people.

Ashlyn Jones
Assistant Project Manager
Georgia Tech Intern, Class of 2017
When I first started my internship at Carroll Daniel I was working in the field at different job sites. After learning from the superintendents, I transitioned to working with the preconstruction team. Carroll Daniel worked with my school schedule, and the work environment was great. Once I graduated, I accepted a full-time position working on the operations side as a project engineer.

Francisco Hurtado
Project Engineer
Kennesaw State University Intern, Class of 2020
I began as an intern with Carroll Daniel three years ago. I learned about the opportunity through the career fair at AU. Carroll Daniel seemed to have a comfortable and supportive work environment, so I decided to try the internship. I was able to spend 50 percent of my time in the field and 50 percent in the office. This really allowed me to see all the different aspects of CDCC and helped me pick my path with them.

Andrew May
Assistant Project Manager
Auburn University Intern, Class of 2017