As proHNS expands, our leadership continues to strive for ways to invest in the development of future generations of engineers and A/E/C professionals. A part of this commitment is offering paid internship opportunities to college students pursuing a career in the engineering field. This year, we are lucky to welcome Morgan to the team, and to Southeast Alaska. She joined proHNS in June to work alongside engineers, project managers, and other field staff on our diverse state, municipal, and residential projects.
Later this fall, Morgan will be entering her senior year at Saint Louis University (SLU), studying both civil engineering and Spanish. In the engineering industry, Morgan is already proving herself a force to be reckoned with. She serves on the executive boards for both SLU Student Chapters’ Society of Women Engineers and ASCE.
When not competing in national collegiate ASCE symposiums, Morgan plays violin in the SLU orchestra and enjoys time spent outdoors waterskiing, snowboarding, and fishing.