My name is Imogen and I’m about to start my second year at the University of Bristol studying Civil Engineering. I have a very full university timetable with plenty of contact hours, but when I’m not working, I spend my time dancing or socializing.
I’m Jennifer Feng, process engineering intern at SNC-Lavalin, in Perth, Australia. I started my internship here in December 2018. So far, I’m really excited to be working for a huge, global company that is making a difference across the world. And even though it’s one of the biggest global engineering consultancies, I’ve been made to feel like one of the team. My contribution is welcomed on large projects that are improving lives all over Australia.
I’m Raagini Manaktala, graduate consultant at SNC-Lavalin Rail & Transit. I started out on SNC-Lavalin’s Graduate Programme in October 2018. It’s made up of men and women engineers who all enjoy equal opportunities on the programme. It’s a rotation programme that has us gaining experience on everything from technical advisory, to rail control systems, project management, vehicle services, and safety & assurance.
Looking to boost your degree with work experience, or just can’t wait to start an amazing career? Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, will support your ambitions through unrivalled industry exposure, balanced with the right amount of mentoring.
We catch up with our inspirational Generation for Change (G4C) Award winners, Sophie Smith who won the Future Leader award, Stacey Smith, winner of New Professional of the Year, and Adam Sullivan – Apprentice of the Year!
Our Young Professional Award judges have had a busy summer reviewing dozens of applications that were submitted from graduates and apprentices who put themselves in the running to win an award in the inaugural year of the recognition scheme. There were 73 applications in total and some tough choices had to be made but we’re now ready to reveal the winners…
More than 350 graduates and apprentices have kick-started their design, engineering and project management careers after joining Atkins. The new intake represents the company’s highest ever proportion of female graduates and apprentices.
Last month, 70 graduates, apprentices and placement (GAP) students from nine different offices across the UK gathered for a weekend of fun. They all headed to the Peak District, with the YHA Castleton being the GAP base for the weekend.