We’re excited to help hard-working students start their professional careers. As an intern, you’ll work with talented teams on real projects, connecting you with recent college graduates and company leaders.
You’re ready to share your talents and grow. We’ll nurture that passion with opportunities like mentoring, young professionals groups, community service and social clubs. We can’t wait to see where you’ll take us next.
If you’re looking for new challenges, consider us. We’ve built a global practice from an enduring entrepreneurial spirit and a dynamic professional network. Fueled by an employee-owned culture, your contributions matter.
Picture Yourself at HDR
“HDR is really good to its employees. I like the way it conducts business — I'm proud of this company.”
"I am dedicated to design that improves people’s lives around the world; and being an employee-owner heightens my commitment to HDR’s success."
I started as an intern and then transitioned into a full-time employee. I love working with HDR for so many reasons; HDR provides equal opportunities to everyone, and that’s very important to me. It’s AMAZING!
"I’m certain that HDR is a lifelong career company. The breadth and depth of wastewater design opportunity is far more than I could ever dream up. And we have the kindest and most helpful senior engineers in the business."
"HDR has supported my career growth and enhanced my skills through mentors, educational opportunities and varied project types and roles. The positive attitudes among my coworkers make it easy to come to work every day."
"HDR holds you accountable. If your goal is a promotion or to work on a certain project or to focus on a specific area of design, you’re listened to and provided with lots of opportunities to be successful."
"Close your eyes and imagine being part of a company where your personal and professional development are only limited by your desire and drive. Where your work can improve our world. This is why I love working at HDR."
"One of the things I really love about working in our geospatial solutions practice is we often work at the intersection of science, art and design. And I really enjoy flexing all of those parts of my brain."