Click “Vote Now” on your favorite intern’s entry page to help boost their chances of becoming the 2017 Construction Intern of the Year!
You Can Still Register for 2017
Voting has already started but it’s not too late to participate — just make sure to submit your entry by Tuesday, October 3rd at 4:00 pm (CT). Even if you’re not chosen through popular voting, you might be selected as a finalist by our industry expert committee.
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Here's How to Get Started
The Main Event
(August 1st – October 3rd)
1. ANSWER FIVE QUESTIONS about your internship experience
2. SUBMIT ENTRY with written responses and photos
3. VOTE for the best entries
4. WAIT FOR JUDGING by the panel of construction industry experts
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You could be our next weekly or monthly winner!
Top Participating Schools
Congratulations to the following schools for having the most registered interns for the 2017 Construction Intern Awards:
Ohio State University
California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo
Boise State University
Our Interns of the Year each win a $10,000 scholarship towards their education!
2016 Intern of the Year
School: University of South Florida Major: Civil Engineering/ Structures Company: Skanska USA Civil Southeast Internship from May 16, 2016 — August 5, 2016
2015 Intern of the Year
School: Missouri State University Major: Construction Management Company: APAC-Missouri Internship from January 5, 2015 — May 15, 2014
Learn More About HCSS
HCSS, a construction software company, created the Construction Intern Awards in 2015 to recognize the great work that students are doing in their internships, and to provide significant scholarships to deserving students to further their education. Our goal was to create a fun and popular competition to highlight the very best student interns and the contractors with the best internship programs in the U.S. and Canada.