Internship & Apprenticeship Programs at Carroll Daniel


We accept sophomore – senior college students into our internship program. This program immerses students into all departments and processes of the preconstruction and construction phases at Carroll Daniel. 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. To apply for our internship program, contact


Carroll Daniel’s Apprenticeship Program is available to high school students, trade school students and all existing or prospective employees desiring to become Construction Superintendents. The program typically requires two years to complete, and is certified by the US Department of Labor. Each apprentice receives a combination of technical college instruction and on-the-job training.

There is no cost to the apprentice for the training, and he/she will earn a progressive wage and benefits for work performed while enrolled in the program. Upon successful completion, the apprentice may be eligible for continued career growth with Carroll Daniel Construction as a Field Engineer.

Technical College Training – The program requires completion of a curriculum designed to prepare the apprentice for the responsibilities of Field Engineer. Courses include civil, structural, electrical, mechanical, management, estimating, etc.

On-The-Job Training – The apprentice must complete approximately 4,000 hours of supervised on-the-job training on a Carroll Daniel jobsite.

Dual Enrollment – Eligible High School students, who are at least 17 years old, may apply to be dual-enrolled, fulfilling their high school graduation requirements, technical college training, and on-the-job training simultaneously.

Stackable – Upon completion of the apprenticeship program, the apprentice will receive a Technical College Certificate (TCC). At completion, the student can elect to continue coursework, and with additional hours, could receive an associates degree. If the student chooses to continue, the associates degree credits could be applied toward a 4-year bachelors degree in construction, or any related field.

To apply for our apprenticeship program, contact