Elevate Your Experience.
On the job training that comes with a nifty tool belt…

What better way to see if the career path you have chosen is right for you? If you are an undergraduate or graduate student seeking an understanding of the construction industry, Hathaway Dinwiddie offers a paid internship that provides practical work experience and an introduction into Hathaway Dinwiddie’s culture and management philosophy. The Hathaway Dinwiddie internship builds the foundation to become successful in the construction industry. We recognize the value of our interns, which is why many top performers transition into entry level Project Engineers, BIM Coordinators, Field Engineers upon graduation.


Campus Recruiting
Have you been recognized as a stand-out student? Do you have passion and enthusiasm for the construction industry, and would you like to get a taste of — or a head start on — a Hathaway Dinwiddie career? If you answered yes, you could be our next great success story. We visit campuses throughout the western region of the United States, such as Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, University of Washington, UC Berkeley, Santa Clara University, Colorado State University, University of Colorado, just to name a few, seeking students who are ambitious, driven and innovative.

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Natalie Shideh
Natalie ShidehProject Engineer (Intern, 2015, Cal Poly – San Luis Obispo)
An internship with HDCCo was extremely valuable to me in advancing my knowledge of the construction industry and helping me prepare for a professional career. My team was willing to ensure that I learned something new every day on the jobsite, including document control, coordination of field inspections, and updating of project plans and specifications.
Tonghang Yang
Tonghang YangBIM Engineer (Intern, 2015-2016, University of Southern California)
My internship with HDCCo was a great chance for me to take my school knowledge into real world practice, and to gain new skills by getting exposed to the newest technologies in the industry.
Peter Hawkins
Peter HawkinsAssistant Project Manager (Intern, Summer 2007, California State University – Fresno)
On the job, I was able to see and be involved in the actual interactions between the office, field, owner and architect on a job site. The most important lesson I took away from the internship, which prepared me moving forward, was the importance of creating and sustaining relationships in the construction business.