Bovay Engineers International Launches The Bovay Internship Program
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) July 01, 2012
An internship at Bovay Engineers International will help develop ambitious Engineering students to better understand the variety of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing services, including HVAC, Security Systems Technology, Assessments, Energy Efficiency and Construction and Project Management to private clients, public agencies, and even the federal government. The internship program is aimed at providing students with practical, real-world experience to enlighten their perspective of the public work sector. The Bovay Internship program or BIP, will encourage students to develop important public administration skills that may not necessarily be addressed or refined in the classroom.
The BIP enables the students to apply theoretical ideas from the classroom into real world scenarios. They will be exploring their abilities in areas such as engineering design, drafting, and specification/schedule analysis. “The idea of the program is aimed at giving its participants an in-depth preview of what really goes on in an engineering and design firm” says Victor Salinas, the lead Project Manager for Bovay Engineers International. “By engaging in several different fields, the intern’s will expand perspectives of their respected fields as they are applied and used in practical applications. Ultimately, they will be capable of determining their true appetites in engineering or architecture, and pursue the corresponding field that satisfies their academic or career goals.”
Bovay Engineers International recognizes the importance of professional behavior and also seeks to instill an ethical perspective in its interns. The interns will be presented with situations that will require ethical decision-making, such as but not limited to, engineering design and drafting. Moreover, protocols such as punctuality and attentiveness will be promoted in order to implant a professional attitude as a student. These qualities can be accomplished through coordinating with real time schedules, deadlines, and challenges to emphasize their significance. In addition to this, developing these habits is vital to expand professional relationships between clients and business.
To qualify as an applicant for an internship at Bovay Engineers, university students must have at least twelve completed credit hours of course work in the related program, as well as a minimum of a 3.0 Grade Point Average. Internship hours are flexible, and in some cases, still suitable for a fulltime student.